The lesser-known cloud services that can be helpful to database administrators.
If you are a database administrator (DBA), you probably have databases set up on a virtual machine (VM) and may be already using managed cloud databases. However, you may not yet know what other essential DBA functions can be performed in the cloud.
The following types of cloud services can help you accomplish DBA [database administrator] tasks:
Identity: Control access to your infrastructure by managing user identities across devices, applications, and data.
Management: Automate many of the management tasks for your cloud resources, including regulatory compliance.
Migration: Provide guidance, tools, and other resources that help you migrate your infrastructure to the cloud.
Mobile: Monitor and manage your cloud infrastructure from your mobile device.
Networking: Connect the components of on-premises and cloud infrastructure, including other cloud services.
Security: Protect your infrastructure from threats, manage events, and provide information on security.
Storage: For applications, data, and workload on the cloud need to be secure and massively scalable.
Backup: Helping protect data from human error and ransomware.
For more information, please refer to
Whitepaper : The Lesser-Known Cloud Services That Can Be Helpful to Database Administrators
- Whitepaper: Databases on Cloud Virtual Machines versus Managed Cloud Databases
- Whitepaper: The Lesser-Known Cloud Services That Can Be Helpful to Database Administrators
- Webcast: IDERA Live | Monitor the Performance of Multiple-Platform Databases in the Cloud
- Infographic: Databases on Cloud VMs versus Managed Cloud Databases
- Solution Brief: IDERA’s Solutions for the Cloud
- Solution Brief: Tune the Performance of SQL Server, Azure SQL Database and Amazon RDS
- Datasheet: IDERA Solutions for the Cloud
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The Lesser-known Cloud Services That Can Be Helpful to Database Administrators
If you are a database administrator (DBA), then you probably have databases set up on a virtual machine (VM). Also, you may be already using managed cloud databases. However, you may not yet know what other essential functions can perform in the cloud. Learn about the lesser-known cloud services that can help DBAs accomplish crucial tasks in the cloud.
If you are not managing databases properly in the cloud, then it is just a matter of time before lightning strikes.
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