Web Applications:Use RDS as a backend database for your website or mobile app.
Data Warehousing:Aggregate and analyze data from various sources.
E-commerce:Support your online store with a robust and scalable database.
Content Management:Store and manage articles, images, and videos.
Gaming:Use RDS to maintain game state, player profiles, and leaderboards.
Real-time Analytics:Analyze data in real-time for immediate insights.
IoT Applications:Store data from IoT devices for analysis and reporting.
There are some advanced topics in AWS RDS, such as parameter groups and option groups. Real-time use cases for these topics include changing parameter groups to optimize database performance and using option groups to generate audit and error logs in AWS CloudWatch. I will explain these briefly so that you understand what they actually are.