MySQL Enterprise Edition

in the Oracle Cloud

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Why

Our Oracle MySQL Cloud Service is built on MySQL Enterprise Edition and powered by Oracle Cloud, providing an enterprise-grade ‘Managed’ MySQL database service. It delivers ‘best-in-class’ management tools, self service provisioning, elastic scalability with multi-layer security – wrapped in a 24*7*365 DSP support service.

Running MySQL Enterprise Edition in Oracle Cloud combines the advantages of public Cloud with low monthly billing. We’ve placed these benefits into two categories:

Upfront Cost Benefits

  • Cloud aids customers to save 40% capital cost
  • Reduce in infrastructure cost
  • 100% savings in hardware cost


Ongoing Cost Benefits

  • Maintenance cost is saved by 30-40% every year
  • Significant reduction in IT personnel workload
  • Client need not invest in performance tuning, Downtime schedules, Security, Database maintenance
  • Disaster recovery, fixes, patches are no longer a headache for customers

How

As a MySQL and Oracle Cloud specialist, we can support you on all elements of your Oracle Cloud journey.  This typically includes:

  1. Design and provision appropriate Oracle MySQL Cloud Service
  2. Migration of your MySQL platform to Oracle MySQL Cloud Service
  3. 24*7 Managed Support Service

Who

When choosing DSP as your preferred supplier, you’re choosing to work with an Oracle Partner that is at the top of their game. We are one of a very select few who have achieved ‘Oracle Platinum’ status, certifying both our technical ability and customer relationship focus.

Get in touch

For more information or to schedule a demo please contact us

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