Managed Databases allow you to quickly deploy a new database and defer management tasks like configurations, managing high availability, disaster recovery, backups, and data replication.
Deploy a production-ready database using the Linode Cloud Manager, API, or CLI.
Add trusted sources to ensure your data is only accessed by specific IP addresses.
Backup of your data every 24 hours to easily restore the service and prevent data loss.
Choose from Shared, Dedicated, and High Memory instances to support your database. Easily create and deploy new clusters as needed.
Fully-managed database service for MongoDB, MySQL, and PostgreSQL.
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