Relational DB supports rapid software delivery needs by providing instant access to a high performance, enterprise-hardened MySQL-compatible database instance built on our high performance cloud platform. Get up and running in seconds without worrying about the underlying compute infrastructure of your database. As your needs grow, easily scale your resources with the click of a button.
In today’s fast-paced software development environment, you can’t afford long lead times to deploy infrastructure to provision a database. CenturyLink’s Relational DB service gives you instant access to an enterprise-hardened MySQL-compatible database instance, so you can be loading data and working with your application in a matter of minutes.
CenturyLink’s Relational DB service is delivered over our high performance platform, designed specifically for distributed workloads, particularly for data scale. You can expect a minimum of 15,000 IOPs, with maximum IOPs spiking much higher.
Remaining relevant and competitive requires that organizations adopt agile development processes, as IT departments are under pressure to be even more responsive to business demands. Relational DB supports agility by providing one-click deployment of a fully functional MySQL-compatible database instance.
A study from MIT found that organizations driven by data-driven decision making had higher productivity rates and higher profits. Reliance on databases is key to this business model and Relational DB offers a fast, easy, reliable and secure option to spin up databases to meet these demands.
The pressure is on IT to deliver software and solutions faster. Developers need to focus on writing great cloud-based applications and not managing infrastructure. With Relational DB and AppFog, infrastructure management is taken care of. AppFog does all the work to bind apps with your Relational DB instance, for increased agility, more efficient use of resources and low operational overhead.
This service expedites transitioning databases through the application development process. During development, Relational DB can provision databases in low-cost configurations geared toward dev activities. As the app progresses, Relational DB can seamlessly scale databases for production, reconfiguring them with higher levels of availability and performance.
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