Our company is thinking of migrating from SQL Server to Amazon AuroraDB.
In SQL Server, there are AlwaysOn and Transactional Replication - two different things.
AlwaysOn is utilized more for disaster recovery, it sends whole database to another cluster, providing database level protection. The data is sent directly with a transaction log redo thread. Microsoft AlwaysOn
In Replication, data is first sent to a distribution database then to a subscriber. Replication allows for only certain tables to be sent, with different schema and indexes on subscriber, which can be different from Publisher. Microsoft Replication
Is AWS High Availability similar to MS AlwaysOn Disaster Recovery or Replication? It seems more similar to AlwaysOn.
If so, does it have a Replication type technology? We want to make schema changes on the subscriber. (add indexes, remove certain tables not required in reporting env)