Amazon Relational Database Service Alternatives

    Amazon Relational Database Service is described as 'web service that makes it easy to set up, operate, and scale a relational database in the cloud. As of July 2011 in public Beta' and is an website in the Development category. There are six alternatives to Amazon Relational Database Service, not only websites but also apps for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Linux, BSD and Self-Hosted solutions. The best alternative is OVH. Other great sites and apps similar to Amazon Relational Database Service are Xeround (Paid), Database Labs (Paid), Heroku Postgres (Paid) and SQL Azure (Paid).

    This page was last updated Oct 17, 2021

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      OVH provides all server solutions, whether it be cloud computing, VPS or a dedicated server. OVH under its brand name sells high end servers, mid-range servers by the brand name 'So You Start' and low-end under the brand name 'Kimsufi'.
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    1. Xeround is an elastic, always-on cloud database that lets you run your MySQL applications in the cloud, with auto scaling and high availability.

      Discontinued

      Now an unrelated ecommerce service.

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    2. Database Labs is the Invisible Database: focus on your core business, not on becoming a database administrator. You get a fully backed up, monitored Postgres database as a service ready to use out of the box, that just works.
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    3. A powerful, reliable, and durable open-source SQL-compliant database, PostgreSQL is the datastore of choice for serious applications. Now it is available in seconds with a single click. Never worry about servers. Never worry about config files. Never worry about patches.
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      SQL Azure is a highly available and scalable cloud database service built on SQL Server technologies. With SQL Azure, developers do not have to install, setup or manage any database. 
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      You can build tables, fields and relationships with Database.com, but it’s much more than that. It includes a social data model, file storage, user management, authentication and development tools that make it easy to build killer apps.
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