YugabyteDB is designed to run anywhere your applications are. The 100% open source distributed SQL database combines familiar PostgreSQL & Cassandra compatible interfaces with cloud native resilience, scale, and geo-distribution.
Choose from a variety of consumption options based on your needs. You can deploy YugabyteDB in EC2 instances or in containers using Kubernetes or services like ECS and EKS. YugabyteDB Managed is a fully managed cloud DBaaS that lets you get started on AWS in minutes with no software to install, configure, or manage.
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Why YugabyteDB and AWS
YugabyteDB is perfect for transactional applications and services that require data to be strongly consistent and highly available even in the face of data center, zone, and region failures.
YugabyteDB is feature compatible with PostgreSQL. This means developers can be immediately productive with the ecosystem of PostgreSQL compatible frameworks, applications, drivers, and tools.
With YugabyteDB, critical services can remain available during node, zone, region, and data center failures with fast failovers. YugabyteDB heals itself by re-replicating data automatically, and delivers zero downtime on maintenance tasks such as software upgrades, security patching, and distributed backups.
YugabyteDB offers the most comprehensive and flexible deployment options in geo-distributed environments. Operators can make use of synchronous and asynchronous data replication and geo-partitioning to achieve desired consistency, resilience, performance, and compliance objectives.
YugabyteDB delivers a comprehensive set of advanced RDBMS features like triggers, functions, stored procedures, strong secondary indexes, and distributed ACID transactions. Developers no longer need to choose between the horizontal scalability of NoSQL systems and the ACID guarantees of traditional SQL systems.