Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) - Buyers Guide

Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) - Buyers Guide

Resolving Out-of-Control Data Growth with Cloud-Based Database Management

RELEASE DATE
10-Feb-2016
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North America
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Strategic Forecasting
Research Code: 99E4-00-23-00-00
SKU: IT02936-NA-SF_16797
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Description

Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) is a cloud-based approach to the management and storage of data. By placing the database software and associated management functions in the cloud, DBaaS enables databases to scale elastically on-demand. It also removes the management of the database software—such as updates, patches, or security measures—from the enterprise, and places it with the provider, freeing the enterprise customer to focus its IT staff on higher-value endeavors. DBaaS services on the market today generally manage one or both of the two prevalent types of databases, SQL and Non-SQL. This report provides users with a comprehensive comparison of the capabilities and features of 13 DBaaS providers.

Table of Contents

Definitions

Analysis of Drivers and Restraints

  • Market Drivers
  • Market Restraints

Modes of Deployment

Availability

Security & Compliance

Monitoring, Alerts, and Support Options

DBaaS Pricing

Go-To-Market Strategies

Provider Listing

Provider Comparison

DBaaS Deployment Models

DBaaS Providers – PaaS Support

Availability

Management & Support

Redundancy & Security

  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • ClearDB
  • ClusterPoint
  • Database.com
  • Others

DBaaS Pricing

List of Figures
  • 1. Analysis of Drivers and Restraints
  • 2. DBaaS Deployment Models
  • 3. DBaaS Providers – PaaS Support
  • 4. DBaaS Providers – Availability Features
  • 5. DBaaS Management and Support
  • 6. DBaaS Providers – Redundancy & Security
  • 7. DBaaS Pricing
Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) is a cloud-based approach to the management and storage of data. By placing the database software and associated management functions in the cloud, DBaaS enables databases to scale elastically on-demand. It also removes the management of the database software—such as updates, patches, or security measures—from the enterprise, and places it with the provider, freeing the enterprise customer to focus its IT staff on higher-value endeavors. DBaaS services on the market today generally manage one or both of the two prevalent types of databases, SQL and Non-SQL. This report provides users with a comprehensive comparison of the capabilities and features of 13 DBaaS providers.
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Table of Contents | Executive Summary ~ | Market Overview~ || Definitions~ || Analysis of Drivers and Restraints~ ||| Market Drivers~ ||| Market Restraints ~ | DBaaS Selection Criteria~ || Modes of Deployment ~ || Availability ~ || Security & Compliance~ || Monitoring, Alerts, and Support Options~ || DBaaS Pricing~ || Go-To-Market Strategies ~ | DBaaS Providers ~ || Provider Listing~ ||| Amazon Web Services (AWS)~ ||| ClearDB~ ||| ClusterPoint~ ||| Database.com~ ||| Others~ || Provider Comparison ~ || DBaaS Deployment Models ~ || DBaaS Providers – PaaS Support ~ || Availability~ || Management & Support~ || Redundancy & Security~ || DBaaS Pricing~ | The Last Word~ | Legal Disclaimer~ | Appendix~
List of Charts and Figures 1. Analysis of Drivers and Restraints~ 2. DBaaS Deployment Models~ 3. DBaaS Providers – PaaS Support~ 4. DBaaS Providers – Availability Features~ 5. DBaaS Management and Support~ 6. DBaaS Providers – Redundancy & Security~ 7. DBaaS Pricing~
Author Karyn Price
Industries Information Technology
WIP Number 99E4-00-23-00-00
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