August 18, 2020 By Vinayak Agrawal 2 min read

IBM Db2 on Cloud is a fully managed operational data store running the world-class Db2 11.5 engine 24x7x365.

With the rock solid Db2 database engine and cloud flexibility, customers can build their use cases cost-effectively without compromising on data management quality.

Standard Plan

Customers requiring a cost-effective multi-tenant plan for their development and testing needs can leverage this single-node database environments starting at just $99 USD/month.

Key highlights:

  • Independently scale storage up to 4TB of data storage
  • Independently scale compute up to 16vCPU compute range
  • 500 connections to database
  • Self-service managed backup with point-in-time restore
  • Private endpoint connectivity

Enterprise Plan

Customers having more demanding workloads can pick this single-tenant plan and then scale on demand as per the requirements of their growing business.

Key highlights:

  • Independently scale storage up to 4TB of data storage
  • Independently scale compute up to 56vCPU compute range
  • Unlimited connections to database
  • Self-service managed backup with point-in-time restore
  • Private endpoint connectivity

These plans are going to be available in the following six regions:

  1. Dallas, US
  2. Washington DC, US
  3. London, UK
  4. Frankfurt, Germany
  5. Sydney, Australia
  6. Tokyo, Japan

The new plans are also available in High-Availability configuration for customers that require it. Based on the world class Db2 11.5 engine, Db2 on Cloud offers built-in auditing, in-database AI, query federation across multiple data sources, and much-coveted Oracle Compatibility.  

As a fully managed data store, the Db2 on Cloud team stands behind a 99.99% SLA, allowing you to focus on what’s most important to you.

Watch this space for new releases and updates coming this year

These new elastic plans are just the next wave in our exciting journey of making world class Db2 engine cater to our customer’s on-cloud needs. We will be releasing several new capabilities and features to upgrade your experience with Db2 on Cloud. Later this year, users can expect a brand-new console to monitor database performance, self-service maintenance windows, and database backup features.

Learn more about IBM Db2 on Cloud.

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