7 DBaaS Vendors You Should Consider
7 DBaaS Vendors You Should ConsiderWhile heavy hitters like Oracle and Microsoft hope to dominate the database-as-a-service (DBaaS) market, they face competition from Google, Amazon and others.
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Database-as-a-service (DBaaS) puts storage and management of structured data in the cloud, offering companies functionality similar to well-known relational database management systems like MySQL, SQL Server and Oracle, with the added flexibility and lower upfront costs of the cloud.
The DBaaS market is expected to be worth $1.8 billion this year. While database mainstays such as Oracle, IBM and Microsoft are expected to perform well, according to 451 Research, Google, Amazon and a slew of database-as-a-service startups are striving to compete by providing lower latency, real-time transactional processing and improved scalability.
Here are seven DBaaS providers to keep in mind.
While heavy hitters like Oracle and Microsoft hope to dominate the database-as-a-service (DBaaS) market, they face competition from Google, Amazon and others.