Multi-cloud Database Services
SkySQL is a fully-managed cloud database service enabling you to deploy and manage MariaDB Enterprise Server, Xpand distributed SQL, ColumnStore and Serverless Analytics powered by Apache Spark SQL as database services with only a few clicks. SkySQL combines automation of deployment, management and scaling with human expertise to support and manage mission-critical deployments.
Deploy a cloud database service for transaction processing with persistent storage, replication, load balancing and read/write splitting all configured out of the box and ready to go.Learn More
Deploy a distributed SQL database service to elastically scale with full performance and availability. Xpand enables larger databases in terms of size, user engagement and global reach.Learn More
Deploy a cloud data warehouse service for ad hoc, interactive analytics on billions of rows with data stored in a columnar format on low-cost object storage and massively parallel processing.Learn More
Deploy Serverless Analytics powered by Apache Spark SQL with a built-in Notebook powered by Apache Zeppelin for massively scalable interactive and collaborative analytics.Learn More
Automate and observe your database instances across AWS, Google and on-premises from a single pane of glass within SkySQL.Learn More
SkySQL gives customers a single pane of glass console, underpinned by MariaDB MaxScale database proxy and cloud-native Kubernetes orchestration, capable of deploying and managing any or all MariaDB databases as services across Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud at scale with full high availability and redundancies at scale across both zones and regions.
Backed by Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service, SSDs and S3, SkySQL deploys, manages and monitors databases across regions in the Americas, EMEA and APAC.Learn More
Built on Google Kubernetes Service, persistent disks and cloud storage, SkySQL manages and monitors databases across regions in the Americas, EMEA and APAC.Learn More
Manage databases on AWS and Google Cloud. Use SkySQL in combination with private data centers and hybrid-cloud deployments.
SkySQL was built from the ground up to protect customer databases running on public cloud infrastructure, going above and beyond standard security measures to eliminate potential vulnerabilities, minimize the attack surface and enforce strict access protocols. In doing so, SkySQL created a reference cloud security architecture based on compartmentalization, isolation and indirect access. There is no safer place for a cloud database than SkySQL.
SkySQL customers running in the cloud get the same world-class support and peace of mind as those running on premises – the same support the largest enterprises in the world turn to, and trust, to keep their businesses running when facing demanding challenges and critical issues, and to help guide their long-term database strategies.
Backed by MariaDB database and support engineers, SkySQL customers get technical support they can rely on, knowing critical issues will be resolved – and quickly.Learn More
SkySQL customers can get full consultative support, including best practices, guidelines and recommendations that can only come from years of real-world experience.
With decades of experience managing production databases, the cloud-certified SkyDBA team can provide full database administration if needed/preferred.Learn more
SkySQL puts an end to worries about missing bug fixes and security patches, ensuring customers never get caught off guard by bugs and limitations resolved in previous releases. It offers the latest stable version of MariaDB Enterprise Server, never forcing anyone to run on a community version released years ago.
SkySQL always makes the current version of MariaDB Enterprise Server, ColumnStore and Xpand available rather than forcing customers to run on versions released in past years.
SkySQL always adds maintenance releases as soon as they are available so customers never have to worry about missing critical bug fixes, security patches and improvements.
SkySQL always supports the latest version of MariaDB Enterprise Server, ColumnStore and Xpand, ensuring developers can take advantage of the latest features such as application-time period tables.
It’s easy to get started with a SkySQL cloud database service, and it doesn’t cost a thing. Sign up for SkySQL today and get a $500 credit toward databases of any size and any type (transactional, analytical or both).