Announcing general availability of Azure database services for MySQL and PostgreSQL

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Today, we are excited to announce the general availability (GA) of Azure Database for MySQL and Azure Database for PostgreSQL. The GA milestone means that, starting today, these services are bringing the community versions of MySQL and PostgreSQL with built-in high availability, a 99.99% availability SLA, elastic scaling for performance, and industry leading security and compliance to Azure.

 

Since we started the preview of MySQL and PostgreSQL on Azure in May 2017, we have accomplished a lot, increasing compute scale up to 32 vCores, offering a new Memory Optimized tier, ability to scale storage on-line independent of compute without impact to application performance, allowing greater flexibility in backup storage options, and achieving industry compliance with ISO, SOC, and HIPAA. We will be compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) when enforcement begins on May 25, 2018. In addition, with availability in 22 regions worldwide, these services are truly global. The reach of the services remains a key focus for us, and we continue to work on providing availability across all 40+ Azure regions, which we expect to deliver in coming months. In the video below, our colleague Sunil Kamath shares some of the key benefits of adopting Azure database services for MySQL and PostgreSQL.

 

 

Read about it in the Azure blog.

 

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