OVHcloud is accelerating the development of its Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) offer by partnering with Aiven, a European software company that combines the best open source technologies with cloud infrastructure. This new offer will provide professionals with fully managed database solutions based on a trusted cloud.
According to Gartner, by 2022, 75% of databases will be deployed or migrated to a cloud platform .
This partnership will enable OVHcloud to offer an extensive catalog of DBaaS solutions such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, Redis, Apache Kafka, ElasticSearch, M3, and Apache Cassandra. This wide range of database management systems will suit a variety of uses, from legacy applications to AI applications, web applications, and e-commerce websites.
Database-as-a-Service solutions based on OVHcloud trusted infrastructures will give organizations security, confidentiality, and reversibility guarantees for their data. Companies will retain exclusive control over their data and focus on the added value of their applications, as they will no longer have to worry about the configuration, installation, and maintenance of the database software, the backups, and hardware infrastructure needed to run the service securely. Moreover, companies will get the best price/performance ratio, predictable costs, as well as the power of open source to accelerate their innovation.
“This partnership with Aiven allows us to accelerate the delivery of a full catalog of Database-as-a-Service. Offering OVHcloud customers a wide range of choices to develop and run their applications in the cloud while retaining full control over their data,” commented Sylvain Rouri, Chief Sales Officer at OVHcloud. “We share with Aiven, a European company, the values of transparency and reversibility enabled by open-source technologies, offering companies the ability to accelerate their innovation while protecting themselves from technological lock-in.”
“We are proud to partner with Europe’s leading cloud services provider to enable more organizations to leverage best-of-breed data technologies. Our joint services enable customers to focus on their core business while we manage their infrastructure in an open and trusted cloud environment,” said Oskari Saarenmaa, CEO at Aiven.
 Source : Gartner, The Future of the DBMS Market Is Cloud