Percona’s latest blog poll asks how you run your database in the cloud?
Are you using a fully managed service or are you self-managing your databases in the cloud? And what provider are you relying on? Perhaps you’re using more than one. Don’t worry, you can tick multiple boxes, so please choose up to four answers. If you don’t see your solution listed, use the comments box on this blog to feedback your thoughts.
If you’d like to, you’re also welcome leave a comment to tell us about your choice—or maybe why you’re NOT planning on moving to a cloud solution in the near future. Likewise if you want to share how you’ve found your cloud deployment so far, feel free to send a comment. Thanks!
How do you run your databases in the cloud?
- Fully-managed, AWS e.g. RDS, DynamoDB (23%, 428 Votes)
- Not using cloud databases (21%, 390 Votes)
- Self-managed, AWS EC2 (18%, 350 Votes)
- Self-managed, other cloud provider (11%, 201 Votes)
- Inside containers e.g. Docker, Kubernetes (9%, 173 Votes)
- Self-managed, Google Compute Engine (4%, 74 Votes)
- Fully-managed, Google Cloud e.g. Cloud SQL, Cloud Spanner (3%, 64 Votes)
- Self-managed, Azure Virtual Machine (3%, 62 Votes)
- Fully-managed, Microsoft Azure e.g. SQL database, DocumentDB (3%, 54 Votes)
- MongoDB Atlas (3%, 50 Votes)
- Fully-managed, other cloud provider (3%, 48 Votes)
Total Voters: 1,546