Top 8 Database as a Service Tools
SQL AzureAmazon RDSGoogle Cloud SQLMongoDB AtlasSingleStoreOracle Database as a ServiceOracle Exadata Express Cloud ServiceOracle Exadata Cloud at Customer
What I like about SQL Azure is that it's similar to your on-premises SQL databases. It's not much different, so it's easy to start quickly on the solution if you know Microsoft SQL. I find its ease of use most valuable, and I also like that SQL Azure is also easily integrated with the Azure Cloud platform.
The time to install or set up a database environment is very fast.
Amazon RDS gives us the ability to select as many tools, replicas, regions, and zones as we want.
It supports different databases, like Postgres and MySQL.
It's SQL. SQL is so easy if you know something about databases. It's easy to learn.
It's flexible. We don't need to have a solid upstream availability failover, and everything is seamless in Atlas.
It's a good solution for NoSQL databases.
MemSQL supports the MySQL protocol, and many functions are similar, so the learning curve is very short.
The most valuable feature of Oracle Database as a Service is its use as a provisioning database.
The scalability and high availability are the most valuable features of Oracle DaaS.
In the cloud, Exadata is more scalable. The on-prem version was limited. It wasn't that scalable because it only came in a quarter rack, half rack, and full rack. In the cloud, it scales to what you need.
I like that Oracle Exadata Cloud at Customer is a stable, well-positioned product in the market today, and it's very scalable.
The most valuable feature is that it is based on Exadata infrastructure, which is Oracle 's leading engineered system that is trusted, fault-tolerant, and has unique performance features.