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Database as a Service (DbaaS) Software Overview
What is Database as a Service Software?
Database as a Service offerings are made available to customers on demand and are paid for on an as-used basis, usually a monthly or annual fee. The provider is responsible for managing the service and the end user has no requirement to maintain, upgrade or administer the database.
Many DbaaS offerings are relational database management system (RDBMS) requiring the use of SQL, but some are based on alternative technologies like noSQL databases.
The advantages of the cloud service model - primarily not having to install or maintain the software in the data center - are well understood. But there are also some disadvantages such as lack of control over network performance issues, or inability to compress data or other database maintenance tasks.
Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) Products
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Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) is a database-as-a-service (DBaaS) from Amazon Web Services.
Amazon DynamoDB is a NoSQL database, from Amazon Web Services.
Azure SQL Database is Microsoft's relational database as a service (DBaaS).
Redis is an open source in-memory data structure server and NoSQL database.
Google's BigQuery is part of the Google Cloud Platform, a database-as-a-service (DBaaS) supporting the querying and rapid analysis of enterprise data.
Oracle offers their DBaaS, the Oracle Database Cloud Service, touting high availability, scalability, available managed or under enterprise control.
Google Cloud SQL is a database-as-a-service (DBaaS) with the capability and functionality of MySQL.
Amazon SimpleDB is a non-relational data store and service.
IBM dashDB is a fully managed cloud data warehouse, ideal for business intelligence reporting and analytics. Use dashDB to store relational data, including special types such as geospatial data. Then analyze that data with SQL or advanced built-in analytics like Netezza predictive analytics, anal...
Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB is Microsoft's Big Data analysis platform. It is a NoSQL database service and is a replacement for the earlier DocumentDB NoSQL database.
Google Cloud Datastore is a NoSQL "schemaless" database as a service, supporting diverse data types. The database is managed; Google manages sharding and replication and prices according to storage and activity.
MongoDB Atlas is the company's automated managed cloud service, supplying automated deployment, provisioning and patching, and other features supporting database monitoring and optimization.
Stratoscale offers Chorus (formerly Tesora), their database as a service (DbaaS); Stratoscale acquired Tesora in 2017 which serves as the foundation for their DbaaS product.
ClearDB is a MySQL cloud database from the company of the same name in Plano, Texas.
CenturyLink Relational DB (formerly Orchestrate) is a Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS). Orchestrate was acquired by CenturyLink in April 2015 to expand their DBaaS offerings.
Google Cloud Spanner is a cloud database-as-a-service product offered as a service on Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
Amazon Neptune is a fully managed graph database built to support study and storage of relationship rich data (e.g. social network data, fraud detection).
Oracle MySQL Cloud Service is an enterprise-grade database-as-a-service (including automated database management) offering of MySQL.
IBM offers Db2 on Cloud, the company's fully managed database-as-a-service (DbaaS), featuring flexible pricing for scaling resource usage, as well as precise performance plans.