The easiest way to deploy MySQL on Microsoft Azure with fully managed and highly secure dedicated deployments.
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.
Deploy and manage MySQL in the safety of your own Azure cloud account and leverage advanced hosting and security tools.
Deploy MySQL in an Azure Virtual Network and private subnets to keep your database protected from the internet.
Save up to 82% on long-term hosting costs with Reserved Instances through our Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) plans.
The only DBaaS that lets you keep full super user administrative control over your MySQL deployments.
Keep full SSH access so that your team can install custom agents on the underlying machines.
Use any instance type to match your workload needs with support for Azure B1, D2, E2, L4, etc.
Use local SSD disks with our Azure High Performance plans for the best throughput and latency behavior on Azure.
Improve your data integrity with semisynchronous replication to your master and slave nodes.
Analyze your MySQL operations through a custom schedule or on-demand with the advanced debugging and tracking tool.
Improve your cloud reliability and avoid vendor lock-in with MySQL multi-cloud support on AWS and Azure.
Customize your Azure RAM, disk size, IOPS and instance type for your MySQL deployments at any size for no extra cost.
Easily migrate your MySQL production or test deployments with automated database imports to get up and running in minutes.
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