Databases

Databases

Quick database deployment in CROC Cloud for various business tasks

Key features

Fast start

Fast start

It takes 10 minutes or less to create a database depending on settings, just choose the required configuration and click Create.
High availability and performance

High availability and performance

Launch both standalone and clustered databases to make them more fault-tolerant and/or efficient.
Clusters with an arbitrator

Clusters with an arbitrator

A cluster with two full-featured nodes and an arbitrator ensures high availability and helps save on cloud resources.
Fine-tuning

Fine-tuning

When creating a database, you can specify the advanced settings to customize the database configuration in line with your task.

How to get started

Step 1
Create an account
Contact us to get a trial or production account.
Step 2
Create necessary resources
Prepare resources as per the documentation.
Step 3
Configure a database
Choose necessary database parameters and click Create.
Step 1
Create an account
Contact us to get a trial or production account.
Step 2
Create necessary resources
Prepare resources as per the documentation.
Step 3
Configure a database
Choose necessary database parameters and click Create.
FAQ
What is the difference between this service and database administration service?
Databases are CROC Cloud’s PaaS designed for those who self-administer cloud databases and would like to accelerate and facilitate their deployment and configuration.

Database administration is a managed service to maintain databases in the cloud. As a provider, we thus support databases throughout their lifecycle, from design and deployment to optimization and modification.

For more information about the differences between PaaS and managed services, read the article by our expert Sergey Zinkevich. For the detailed list of database administration services, go to page.
What SLA is guaranteed?
The guaranteed availability (as if across the entire cloud infrastructure) is 99.95%, i.e. the service may be unavailable for no more than five hours per year.
What databases are supported in the cloud?
Now, the service supports three database management systems: MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Redis. MariaDB 10.1-10.5 and Percona 5.7 and 8.0, PostgreSQL 9.6, 10, 11 and 12, and Redis 5 and 6 can be deployed. This is a non-exhaustive list: we plan to actively expand it, taking your suggestions into account.
What databases support clusters with an arbitrator?
It is MySQL and PostgreSQL that support clusters with an arbitrator.
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