OceanBase Cloud is now available on AWS Marketplace, extending its distributed database services to customers worldwide

BEIJING–(BUSINESS WIRE)–OceanBase, a provider of distributed relational database solutions, today announced that its OceanBase Cloud service is now available on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace, a digital catalog with thousands of software listings from independent software vendors that make it easy to find, test, buy, and deploy software that runs on AWS. Launch gives AWS customers around the world quick and easy access to OceanBase’s database services, which are designed to deliver blazing-fast performance, elastic scalability, and cost-effectiveness for analytics workloads transactional and operational.

OceanBase is the only distributed database that has updated TPC-C and TPC-H records. Its innovative city-level disaster recovery standard of “Five IDCs in Three Cities” enables zero Recovery Point Objective (RPO) and less than 30 seconds Recovery Time Objective (RTO), and technology The service’s high compression saves 70-90% on storage costs without compromising performance. Additionally, OceanBase’s multi-tenancy flexibility ensures better resource utilization, which helps reduce costs. Listing on AWS Marketplace gives more customers worldwide one-stop access to OceanBase Cloud services, including database monitoring, diagnostics, development, migration, backup, and recovery.

“We are excited to partner with AWS Marketplace to bring OceanBase to more customers globally, as enterprises increasingly seek consistent, scalable, resilient, and cost-effective database solutions amid their growing needs. into effective data analytics capabilities,” said Yin Boxue, General Manager of Public Cloud Services Division, OceanBase. “OceanBase, which is cloud-neutral, will continue to work with cloud providers to expand access to our proven capabilities in managing data-intensive transactions and multiple real-time analytical workloads.”

OceanBase has over a decade of experience successfully handling complex, large-scale database needs, including helping Alipay process peak transaction volumes for Alibaba Group’s annual 11.11 Global Shopping Festival, the one of the largest online shopping events in the world. To date, OceanBase has served more than 400 customers worldwide, including some of China’s largest financial institutions, including the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, who have chosen OceanBase as their preferred technology provider to upgrade their IT systems. basic. In Southeast Asia, OceanBase provides database solutions to GCash, one of the Philippines’ leading mobile payment providers and largest e-wallet, and Dana, one of the leading digital wallet providers in Indonesia. OceanBase helped reduce the cost of GCash’s database resources by more than 40% on average after adoption.

OceanBase 4.0, which supports scale-out and scale-out capabilities, was released in August 2022. With its distributed monolithic architecture, OceanBase 4.0 can be deployed on any standalone machine while performing all the functions of a distributed deployment. This reduces technological and financial barriers for various types of customers, especially for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMBs) that must adapt to the use of enterprise databases.

About OceanBase:

Launched in 2010, OceanBase is a distributed relational database. The strengths of OceanBase over alternative solutions include strong data consistency, high availability, high performance, cost effectiveness, elastic scalability, and high compatibility with popular relational databases. It enables transactions and analytical queries with a single set of engines, enabling real-time business intelligence. In May 2020, OceanBase set the world record for online transaction processing performance, with 707 million transactions per minute in a TPC-C benchmark test. OceanBase was recognized as a Notable Vendor by Forrester in its report “The Translytical Data Platforms Landscape, Q3 2022”, published in July 2022.

To learn more, please visit: https://en.oceanbase.com/