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MySQL Hosting on Azure, Fully Managed Cloud Database Service Launches at ScaleGrid

ScaleGrid, a rising leader in MongoDB hosting and Redis hosting, has just announced support for their first SQL database, fully managed MySQL hosting. The advanced Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) solution allows businesses of all sizes to optimize their MySQL deployments with multi-cloud support, no vendor lock-in, and dedicated servers on leading cloud provider, Microsoft Azure, with support for MySQL on AWS to quickly follow.

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The ScaleGrid platform enables MySQL database administrators (DBA’s) to fully automate their operations while still keeping super user admin control over their MySQL clusters and SSH access to their cloud-hosted servers. ScaleGrid is the only DBaaS provider to offer this unique advantage, where other MySQL, MongoDB, and Redis solutions require you to relinquish control to use their fully managed services. Paired with their 24/7 support and 1-hour SLA, MySQL users are able to automate their database management and leverage on-hand troubleshooting expertise without compromising access and influence over their sensitive data. Compare MySQL providers to see how ScaleGrid’s stacks up against Compose, Azure Database, and Amazon RDS.

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“Multi-database systems (MDBS) demand has skyrocketed over the past few years as businesses expand past strictly using the traditional relational database management systems,” says Dharshan Rangegowda, Founder and CEO of ScaleGrid. “From the beginning, we designed ScaleGrid with this vision in mind, as DBA’s all the way up to senior IT leadership need a centralized, single pane of glass view into the performance, security, and scalability of their entire database stack in one all-powerful platform.”

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