Percona has been the premier open source database service provider for over 11 years, helping thousands of customers successfully deploy databases using Amazon Web Services (AWS) with better performance, better cost savings, and better ROI. Our experts have prevented thousands of outages and improved mean time to recovery (MTTR) by over 300%, so our customers can better focus on their business needs.
If you rely upon Amazon Aurora, RDS or EC2 to deploy MySQL, MariaDB, Percona Server for MySQL, Percona XtraDB Cluster, MongoDB, Percona Server for MongoDB, or PostgreSQL, trust Percona Support to help your business succeed.
Choose the Right AWS Technology
Percona Support can help you understand which AWS technology is right for your business, whether that is deploying your own database server within EC2, choosing Amazon RDS for MySQL, MariaDB, or PostgreSQL, or using Amazon Aurora.
DBaaS Only Solves Part of the Problem
Database as a Service technologies like Amazon RDS abstract away much of the basic operational side of database deployment, radically simplifying server provisioning, but they have not removed the challenges of successfully deploying and utilizing modern database technologies.
Augment AWS Support
No one knows the AWS infrastructure better than Amazon Support, but Percona Support augments your AWS Support subscription with database expertise that goes well beyond the infrastructure, helping you to ensure safe, optimal, and performant configurations, queries, and schema definitions in line with industry best practices.
Percona is proud to be an AWS Consulting Partner and Amazon Aurora Service Delivery Partner.
Percona Support for AWS Deployments by Platform:
|Aurora for MySQL|
|Percona Server for MySQL|
|Percona Server for MongoDB|
|Aurora for PostgreSQL|
The Right Level of Service for Your Business
Percona Support comes in three varieties so you can find the right level of service for your business needs. If you have a simple deployment with basic needs, you can purchase Essentials Support via our web store by clicking here.