Trying to figure out which cloud service provider to choose for your cloud database migration? When switching from a commercial, on-premise database over to open source with either public or private cloud there are a number of cloud database migration options available.
Most cloud providers offer DBaaS across many of the common open source database engines such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MariaDB, plus non-relational databases like MongoDB and Redis. While creating, running, and managing a database with each cloud provider may be easy, migration takes a little more patience and setup.
We take a deeper look into migrating from commercial engines to AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud for open source database storage and operations – along with considerations for deploying to your own on premise private cloud environment.
Database migration can be a clever move – provided you review your current system, then choose the correct database type and provider to migrate to.
Rajat Dey has been helping organisations solve complex database management problems for over 15 years across a diverse range of customers and industries. Rajat is passionate about providing customers with the best solution to solve their complex data management problems.