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Best Cloud Database

DBAs and their organizations are moving to the cloud. A recent survey conducted by Unisphere Research, a division of Information Today, Inc., in partnership with Amazon Web Services, found that, on average, 25% of organizations’ critical enterprise data is now managed in public clouds. The survey also found that for 60% of data managers the use of public cloud-based data resources and platforms has increased over the past year. Close to one-third anticipate growth exceeding 10% over the coming year (“2019 IOUG Databases in the Cloud Survey”).

Cloud services help facilitate the set-up, operation, and scaling of databases in the cloud, providing the ability to resize capacity while automating time-consuming administration tasks. By enabling organizations to concentrate on applications and users rather than routine administration tasks, time can be feed up to focus on new opportunities.

Best Cloud Database

Microsoft Azure


Amazon RDS