SkySQL can deploy transactional databases for applications operating at any scale, from a standalone database for development to a fully distributed database for massive production workloads. Simply choose from replication for read scaling, or distributed SQL for full read, write and storage scaling.
In the event of a failure, failover to another instance is fast, transparent to the client and automatic.Learn More
Take advantage of built-in read scaling and load balancing by deploying a replicated or clustered database – no application changes needed.
Keep up with growing or dynamic workloads by deploying a distributed SQL database, and adding or removing database instances as needed.Learn More
Automate and observe your database instances across AWS, Google and on-premises from a single view within SkySQL.Learn More
SkySQL can deploy modern data warehouses for interactive, ad hoc analytics on massive data sets. It stores data in a columnar format and executes queries on it with massively parallel processing to maximize performance, and stores data on object storage (e.g., Amazon S3) to reduce costs and scale storage independently of compute (more cost savings).
Data is stored in a columnar format with up to 90% compression to reduce disk I/O and improve the performance of analytical queries.
Data is stored on low-cost object storage with unlimited capacity in order to store more data without requiring more compute instances.
Data warehouses can run on multiple database instances to not only provide high availability, but to scale via massively parallel processing too.
SkySQL makes it easy to deploy and run MariaDB for any type of workload in the cloud. Run a database for transaction processing, scale out using distributed SQL, or launch a massively parallel data warehouse. SkySQL enables real-time operational analytical queries on transactional data.
SkySQL combines nightly backups, persistent disks, point-in-time rollback and cross-region replication to minimize the recovery point and recovery time objectives (RPO/RTO) of mission-critical, production databases.
SkySQL performs automated non-blocking backups every night to support on-demand, point-in-time restore when requested.
SkySQL can perform an online point-in-time rollback when requested to undo recent changes such as accidental deletes or updates.
SkySQL can optionally deploy replicas in secondary regions in order to recover from a primary region failure. Coming soon.
SkySQL uses an advanced database proxy to abstract away the underlying database topology and provide applications with transparent query routing. When replicas are added, the effect is immediate – no application changes required.
SkySQL can deploy distributed SQL databases for applications whose performance requirements currently or will soon exceed what replicated and clustered databases are capable of, or which experience short-term surges and need additional database capacity to continue meeting their SLAs.Learn More
SkySQL automatically performs read/write splitting and load balancing, routing writes to one database instance while load balancing reads across the others. Developers don’t have to worry about using separate read and write connections and knowing about individual database instances.Learn More
SkySQL databases are secure by default, with end-to-end encryption, single-tenant environments and all database access restricted until administrators allow specific clients and servers. In addition, MariaDB’s Trust Center provides detailed information on SkySQL security policies and procedures as well as ISO 27001, SOC 2 certifications, HIPAA practices and GDPR compliance.
SkySQL encrypts data both in transit and at rest, requires secure client connections (i.e., SSL/TLS) and provides a certificate chain for verification.Documentation
SkySQL databases are not publicly accessible, and require admins to allow the IP addresses or ranges of any clients requiring access.Documentation
SkySQL creates a private Kubernetes cluster in each region an enterprise customer deploys to, isolating all of their database infrastructure.
SkySQL allows the default database configuration values to be overridden by creating custom configurations. These configurations are versioned and can be applied to any database. SkySQL keeps track of the versions databases are using, and whether or not they are current.
SkySQL provides real-time and historical monitoring via an interactive dashboard built on Prometheus and Grafana. This interactive monitoring dashboard groups related infrastructure, operating system and database metrics together, displaying them as charts and graphs.
SkySQL workload analysis applies thousands of observations per week to a deep learning model. The result is a set of distinct workloads with recurring transitions and patterns, and their key distinguishing metrics – all helpful in diagnosing workload irregularities and changes, and all available for interactive visualization.
It’s easy to get started with SkySQL, 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).