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Transferring database from one server to another

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I have a dedicated box that has a 20 gig database residing on it.  We are in transition from this dedicated box to a AWS EC2 & RDS box.

I'm trying to figure out how I can just pull that database directly from the current dedicated box to AWS vs trying to download locally and upload to AWS due to size would be very inefficient.
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Have you thought about using AWS DMS? https://aws.amazon.com/dms/
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