MySQL Hosting on Azure Cloud: Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) management, monitoring and maintenance on dedicated deployments

MySQL on Azure

The easiest way to deploy MySQL on Microsoft Azure with fully managed and highly secure dedicated deployments.

The Best Fully Managed MySQL Hosting Tools on Azure

Empower your team with the most powerful, proactive, and secure MySQL hosting and management tools for unparalleled deployment control and visibility over your production data.

Best MySQL Hosting on Azure Tools: Fully managed MySQL hosting in your own Azure account

Bring Your Own Azure Account

Deploy and manage MySQL in the safety of your own Azure cloud account and leverage advanced hosting and security tools.

Best MySQL Hosting on Azure Tools: Securely deploy MySQL in an Azure Virtual Network (VNET)

Azure VNET Support

Deploy MySQL in an Azure Virtual Network and private subnets to keep your database protected from the internet.

Best MySQL Hosting on Azure Tools: Leverage Reserved Instances to save 82% on MySQL hosting costs

Use Reserved Instances

Save up to 82% on long-term hosting costs with Reserved Instances through our Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) plans.

Best MySQL Hosting on Azure Tools: Keep full super user administrative access and control over MySQL

Super User Access

The only DBaaS that lets you keep full super user administrative control over your MySQL deployments.

Best MySQL Hosting on Azure Tools: Access your Azure servers with SSH to leverage custom agents

SSH Access To Azure Servers

Keep full SSH access so that your team can install custom agents on the underlying machines.

Best MySQL Hosting on Azure Tools: Use any Azure instance type: B1S, DS2, ES4, L8, L16S

Use Any Instance Type

Use any instance type to match your workload needs with support for Azure B1, D2, E2, L4, etc.

Best MySQL Hosting on Azure Tools: Local SSD-based High Performance Azure instances for high read/write throughput

Local SSD Support

Use local SSD disks with our Azure High Performance plans for the best throughput and latency behavior on Azure.

Best MySQL Hosting on Azure Tools: Semisynchronous Replications improves your data integrity with InnoDB storage engine

MySQL Semisynchronous Replication

Improve your data integrity with semisynchronous replication to your master and slave nodes.

Best MySQL Hosting on Azure Tools: Easily identify problem queries with advanced MySQL slow query analysis

Slow Query Analysis

Analyze your MySQL operations through a custom schedule or on-demand with the advanced debugging and tracking tool.

Best MySQL Hosting on Azure Tools: Multi-Cloud support for MySQL with fully compatible and transferable data

Multi-Cloud Support

Improve your cloud reliability and avoid vendor lock-in with MySQL multi-cloud support on AWS and Azure.

Best MySQL Hosting on Azure Tools: Fully customizable RAM, disk size, and instance type on Azure

Customize RAM, Disk & Instance Type

Customize your Azure RAM, disk size, IOPS and instance type for your MySQL deployments at any size for no extra cost.

Best MySQL Hosting on Azure Tools: Migrate your MySQL data in minutes with automated database imports

Automated Database Imports

Easily migrate your MySQL production or test deployments with automated database imports to get up and running in minutes.

Deploy MySQL Across 30 Worldwide Azure Regions

Deploy your MySQL deployments across any of Microsoft Azure's worldwide regions or availability zones

Americas

  • East US (Virginia)
  • East US 2 (Virginia)
  • Central US (Iowa)
  • North Central US (Illinois)
  • South Central US (Texas)
  • West Central US

Europe

  • Ireland
  • Netherlands
  • Cardiff
  • London
  • Frankfurt
  • Magdeburg

Asia Pacific

  • Singapore
  • Hong Kong
  • New South Wales
  • Victoria
  • Shanghai
  • Beijing

MySQL Hosting on Azure Plans

Enterprise-level plans designed for every-size business. Find your best fit:

Dedicated Hosting

  • MySQL hosting and management on Azure feature included in this DBaaS plan, see other plans Production Deployments
  • MySQL hosting and management on Azure feature included in this DBaaS plan, see other plans High-Traffic Applications
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Bring Your Own Cloud

  • MySQL hosting and management on Azure feature included in this DBaaS plan, see other plans Production Deployments
  • MySQL hosting and management on Azure feature included in this DBaaS plan, see other plans High-Traffic Applications
  • MySQL hosting and management on Azure feature included in this DBaaS plan, see other plans VNET Support
  • MySQL hosting and management on Azure feature included in this DBaaS plan, see other plans Leveraging Azure Discounts
  • MySQL hosting and management on Azure feature included in this DBaaS plan, see other plans Leveraging Reserved Instances
  • MySQL hosting and management on Azure feature included in this DBaaS plan, see other plans Leveraging Security Groups for Access
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Azure MySQL Pricing

Configure your MySQL management plan on Azure

  • Core:
  • IOPS:
  • Disk (GB):
  • Instance Type:

Learn More About MySQL Hosting On Azure

Check out resources created by our database experts:

MySQL Replication: Errant Transactions in GTID Based Replication

GTID or Global Transaction Identifier was introduced in MySQL 5.6.5. A GTID is a globally unique id given to all transactions executed on a GTID-enabled MySQL server.

Calculating InnoDB Buffer Pool Size for your MySQL Server

What is an InnoDB Buffer Pool? InnoDB buffer pool is the memory space that holds many in-memory data structures of InnoDB, buffers, caches, indexes and even row-data.

Data Integrity and Performance Considerations in MySQL Semisynchronous Replication

MySQL semisynchronous replication provides improved data integrity because when a commit returns successfully, it’s known that the data exists in at least two places - the..