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Remote DBA services from MariaDB provide comprehensive, high-impact results. Managing your databases remotely, the team with the world’s most extensive MariaDB expertise will immediately apply qualified DBA manpower where and when you need it most.
With a variety of Remote DBA options available, you can find the perfect mix to complement your in-house resources. MariaDB’s Remote DBA services manage your MariaDB databases both proactively and reactively, with these offerings and many more:
MariaDB’s Remote DBA is absolutely amazing. It’s an expert resource on tap – easy to contact, helpful and very responsive…
Steve Sharpe, System Architect, Teleplan
Remote DBA subscriptions provide a resource who responds to alerts and provides ongoing support to ensure your database is performing at its peak as well as recovery assistance, query optimization, periodic upgrades, audits and architecture reviews to ensure your database always meets your applications’ needs.
|Remote DBA Subscription|
|Installation of monitoring and alerting solution|
|Real-time chat service|
|Telephone support as necessary (limitations apply)|
|Initial environment and configuration review|
|Database configuration recommendations|
|Backup configuration and monitoring (limitations apply)|
|Best practice recommendations|
|Database recovery assistance|
|Backup verification via automatic restore (limitations apply)|
|Replication setup, configuration, and repair|
|Schema changes and migrations|
|Query optimization and tuning assistance|
|Quarterly upgrades of MariaDB Server (limitations apply)|
|Quarterly security and performance audits as requested|
|Semi-annual architecture review as requested|
|Other database administration related tasks as agreed|
Please note: Remote access to customer servers is required for Remote DBA services.
Contact us to get started today!
The remote DBA offering for SkySQL is called SkyDBA. A SkyDBA subscription gets you a team of MariaDB certified DBAs available 24×7 who function as virtual members of your team, performing all database operations like a full-time employee would – but at a fraction of the cost.