Database as a Service (DbaaS) Product Directory

[Last Update: November 2, 2011]

In alphabetical order by product name, here are the Database as a Service (DbaaS) products that I have identified so far. Each listing is a link to the vendor’s web page that can give you more information.

The list is ever changing. So if I’ve missed something, misrepresented something, etc., please send me a comment via this page. If you are a vendor and would like to preview your product for me, please send me a comment via this page. Before you send me any comments, please read my definition of DbaaS.

Disclaimer: I work for But I’ll try to remain unbiased throughout this personal blog.

  1. #1 by Jud Williford on February 18, 2011 - 5:05 pm

    So why don’t you include Caspio or Zoho Creator in your list? I looked at InfoDome, TrackVia and Quickbase along with Caspio and Zoho at the time I was developing a proposal for a non-profit grant, and Caspio won out on the basis of cost + continuity. After working with it, I’ve got some serious issues with Caspio, but still not sure any other purveyor does better at a price my non-profit can afford…

  2. #2 by Steve on May 30, 2011 - 6:32 pm

    Would you please add to your list? It would be greatly appreciated.

  3. #3 by Imal Sakhi on April 21, 2012 - 5:53 am


    I am a computer science student and currently doing my thesis in “managing database security in the cloud”. In my thesis, I would like to compare two vendors that are currently one of the best in the market and offer database services in the cloud. I would be extremely grateful if you could offer some information in regards to which 2/3 vendors should I consider in my thesis as well as where I can find detailed information about their services. Thank you in advance

  4. #5 by AB on August 16, 2012 - 6:24 pm

  5. #6 by Ankit Bhatia on October 23, 2012 - 6:02 pm

    Hi Steve, we recently launched in beta. It’s a MongoDB as a service for EC2. We offer dedicated instances of fully managed MongoDB servers. Backup/Cloning and monitoring are offered for free on our platform. We also provision instances directly into our users EC2 accounts so you don’t have to expose your databases to the internet and have full access/control over them. And did I mention we are roughly 30% cheaper than MongoHQ and MongoLab.

    We also have MongoDirector Enterprise that supports CloudStack, OpenStack and VMware.


  6. #7 by Itamar Haber on November 1, 2013 - 5:42 am

    Hi, can you please add Redis Cloud? It’s a managed Redis service like Redis To Go, but offering self scaling, instant backups, no “noisy neighbors” and other unique features.

  7. #8 by Victor Cheung (@vik1024) on December 12, 2013 - 6:20 pm

    The list should also include GenieDB, who uses multi-region, multi-cloud, and multi-master MySQL architecture to deliver DBaaS. It does have a very user friendly management console to allow easy management of clusters and nodes.


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