Rapid Access To A MySQL-Compatible Database As A Service Instance.
Focus your resources on more important things, not database management.
Rapid access to a MySQL-compatible database as a service instance. Provision any combination of CPU, RAM and storage within platform limits - Daily Backups with configurable backup time and retention up to 35 days - Point in Time Restore Capability with a click of a button - High Availability option with in data-center replication and auto-failover - Notifications when CPU and Storage thresholds are exceeded - Quickly scale CPU, RAM and storage through automation - Ability to create custom MySQL configuration profiles to support application’s unique needs
CenturyLink Cloud supports developers’ rapid software development needs by offering instant access to a MySQL-compatible Relational DB Service instance. Developers can be up and running in seconds with a high performance MySQL database without worrying about maintaining and monitoring the database and underlying compute infrastructure. As your environment needs grow, easily scale your CPU, Memory and Storage with a click of a button.
Focus on your application development and rest assured that your data is backed up daily so your information will be there when you need it. Secure your data connection and data in transit using our provided SSL certificate.
MySQL RDBS Instance - Single VM with variable CPU, Memory and Storage. Rates:
MySQL RDBS Instance with Replication - Single VM (replicated to backup storage) with variable CPU, Memory and Storage. Rates:
In an enterprise IT environment, it’s common for hundreds or even thousands of copies of databases to be created over time. Sitting idle, consuming on-premises infrastructure, these forgotten relics can equal millions of dollars of wasted CapEx. As Big Data becomes the norm, database infrastructure management has become increasingly complicated. Relational DB Service is an obvious solution for balancing the increasing need for dynamic databases at the user's discretion while minimizing infrastructure costs.
The challenge for companies has long been how to provide accelerated IT on-demand. With ever increasing competition across technology and data products and services, these companies are ramping up cycles to increase velocity of market-ready product and services. Work groups need the ability to spin up database instances fast, while corporate security wants to ensure that compliance, risk, and security requirements are met. Relational DB Service enables customers to provision database environments on-demand without having to purchase new hardware or manage complex licensing models, all while providing complete access anytime.
Data-driven decision management (DDDM) is an approach to that utilizes big data collection as a means of gaining a competitive edge. The data-driven approach is gaining popularity within the enterprise sector as the amount of available data increases in tandem with market pressures. A study from the MIT Center for Digital Business found that organizations driven by data-based decision making had 4% higher productivity rates and 6% higher profits. The reliance on databases is key to this business model and has increased the need for improved ways to access, utilize, scale, and extract data. Companies want to better understand their customers usage of the Internet, applications, retail and services. As DDDM infiltrates into enterprises, data will power businesses more than ever, through analytics, as real production data becomes a crucial factor in gaining the competitive edge. That's where Relational DB Service comes in, offering organizations a fast, easy, reliable and secure option to spin up databases to meet today's business demands.