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How to choose the right DBaaS ?

If I want to develop an app and deploy the database in the cloud, which DBaaS is suitable for it?

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I'm still seeing a lot of folk using MySQL and now MySLQi.

Why would I pay for DBaaS today?

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DBaaS Market

DBaaS functionality is similar to MySQL which provides additional functions with low cost in the cloud. But DBaaS is expected to perform well in this year by providing real-time transaction processing in low cost.

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Sounds like a sales pitch.

Not sold here. MySQL is in the cloud too so not getting why I'd bother. Besides many hosts give us the SQL for free/low cost to some size or transactions a day.

If you are trying to sell this, you need a better presentation.

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Choose right DBaaS

First of all DBaaS providers host your database infrastructure handle all low level operational aspects manage your database you can focus on application development in the following ways you can choose the DBaaS there are database location, fault tolerance,data durability,monitoring performance,security,support

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Still no sale here.

Given the price of MySQL, MySQLi and others, why would I pay for this?

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