Optimize Databases on the AWS Cloud
Modernizing databases on the cloud is crucial for companies that want to develop and deploy high-performing applications. The reason why is because commercial databases don’t offer enough scalability or pricing flexibility, and self-managing databases is time-consuming, complex, and expensive.
However, modernizing databases and implementing the right suite of cloud services around this infrastructure can be challenging, which is what leads many organizations to ClearScale.
ClearScale knows how to configure and optimize databases on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud, allowing data teams to focus more on how they put their data to use. Partner with ClearScale and AWS to modernize your commercial databases that are holding your organization back from achieving its full potential.
“When it came time to upgrade our legacy database, we recognized an opportunity to modernize in the cloud and improve the availability and scalability of our core application. But we also recognized that we needed an expert partner with significant experience in complex AWS migration and modernization projects. We found that partner in ClearScale and were rewarded with a new solution that will both save us money and support our ambitious growth plans.”
- John Davis, VP of Product, eTeamSponsorRead Case Study
Why Database Modernization?
Enable rapid query performance for any volume of data and support 20M+ requests per second.
15 Database Engines
Choose from multiple, purpose-built database types to support distributed applications with unique characteristics.
Avoid the strict contracts typical of commercial offerings and use only the tools you need.
Fully Managed Services
Offload database and data warehouse administration through managed services and serverless capabilities.
Achieve Your Business Goals with ClearScale and AWS
Take advantage of pay-as-you-go pricing and enjoy commercial-grade performance at 1/10th the cost of legacy products.
Leverage 81 Availability Zones across 25 geographic regions to ensure availability for essential database applications.
Implement monitoring and logging solutions to stay on top of database architecture, and maintain application performance at scale without compromising security.