Cloud Database Comparison: SkySQL vs. Google Cloud SQL

Discover which cloud database on Google Cloud will best support your goals and future-proof your cloud strategy.

Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) is one of the fastest-growing cloud markets. According to Gartner, 75% of all databases will be running in the cloud by 2022. As businesses begin moving mission-critical applications to the cloud, they need a DBaaS capable of providing the same level of scalability and high availability as enterprise on-premises databases while simplifying application development.

This white paper compares MariaDB SkySQL with Google Cloud SQL, two of the top cloud database choices on Google Cloud.

SkySQL is a DBaaS built to unlock the full power of MariaDB Enterprise in the cloud (and is cloud-provider agnostic). It implements the MySQL protocol and can deploy MariaDB Enterprise as a standard transactional database, a data warehouse, a distributed SQL database or a hybrid transactional/analytical database (HTAP) – all with the click of a button. Meanwhile, Cloud SQL supports MySQL and Postgres, is limited to standard transactional databases and is only available on Google Cloud.

Read the white paper