Cloud Databases includes support for multiple MySQL-compatible variants and versions, including MySQL 5.6, Percona 5.6, and MariaDB 10.0.
Create, delete, and manage performance-optimized instances of MySQL, MariaDB, and Percona Server using our Cloud Control Panel, CLI, or API.
iSCSI-based storage volumes provide scalable, highly available storage that synchronously replicates across available storage clusters. Failover is automatic, and I/O is performance-optimized using local and network RAID 10.
Container-based virtualization enables your database to run at near bare-metal speeds, while isolating CPU, memory, network, and I/O resources from noisy neighbors.
On-demand backup and restore operations are supported for the InnoDB and MyISAM storage engines. We use a hot copy (in the case of InnoDB) of all databases on your instance, with the resulting files stored in Cloud Files.
Pre-configured Cloud Monitoring health checks include load average, CPU, memory, disk storage, network, and multiple metrics for MySQL. You can configure additional alarms and receive email notifications for supported metrics using the Cloud Control Panel, the Cloud Monitoring API, or the Cloud Monitoring command-line tool.
Cloud Database instances come pre-configured for peak performance. You can also customize the default configuration settings and make persistent changes for your specific workload using the CLI and API.
As your workloads change, scale RAM up or down (from 512MB to up to 64GB) and scale storage up (as high as 300GB, with larger volumes available upon request) with zero downtime.
Database specialists will help you scale your database by configuring asynchronous replication at your request. By balancing read requests among multiple Cloud Database instances, you can dramatically increase database read throughput and improve application performance.
By default, all Cloud Databases instances are protected from public internet traffic and directly accessible only on our internal ServiceNet network within the same regional data center. For further control, specify a host parameter when creating or modifying a user to restrict access from designated hosts only.
Role Based Access Control (RBAC) restricts access to cloud services (including the Cloud Databases API) to authorized users only. Specify which cloud account users can access specific Cloud Databases service capabilities—such as accessing backups or making database configuration changes. Cloud Databases also allows you to create database users and grant/revoke permissions using the Cloud Control Panel, CLI, or API.
You can enable the root user on your database instance using the Cloud Databases CLI or API. For controlling granular permissions on a user, enable the root user for your database instance and log in through MySQL directly.
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