January 24, 2021 by @benborgers
You can attach an Amazon RDS database to a Laravel Vapor deployment, which automatically configures your Laravel app to use that database.
First, create a database on Vapor using the UI or the CLI.
Then, add it to your
vapor.yml file for your app:
id: 10583 name: my-app environments: production: # Add the database like this: database: my-database-name # More configuration would go here
Now, next time you redeploy to Laravel Vapor, your app will have the necessary environment variables to connect to the database you specified.
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