Azure SQL Database

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4.0 out of 5 stars

Azure SQL Database is a relational database-as-a service using the Microsoft SQL Server Engine. SQL Database is a high-performance, reliable, and secure database you can use to build data-driven applications and websites in the programming language of your choice, without needing to manage infrastructure.

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Azure SQL Database Features

Database Features
Query Language

78%
(Based on 11 reviews)
Storage

99%
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Availability

100%
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Stability

97%
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Scalability

92%
(Based on 11 reviews)
Security

99%
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Data Manipulation

80%
(Based on 11 reviews)
Configuration
Application Performance

Functions when integrated with multiple forms of external applications.

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Orchestration

Allows admisistrators to manage and organize storage, networks, and datacenters.

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Database Monitoring

Monitors performance and statistics related to memory, caches and connections.

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Anomolie Detection

Alerts users when unauthorized parties or malware is detected allowing administrators to remedy the issue.

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Network Security

Secures data at rest and in transit from unauthorized access.

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Database Administration
Provisioning

Allows administrators to organize components of the database to maintain instance efficiency.

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Governance

Allows the creating and relinquishing of database access credentials.

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Auditing

Documents access and alterations of the database for analytics and reporting.

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Availability
Scalability

Expands functionality while maintaining balanced loads. Serves growing demand without reducing functionality.

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Backup

The abillity to restore files to its original loacation or alternative sources on-demand.

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Archiving

Stores historical records of information for reverting or reference.

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Indexing

Helps users navigate databases by labeling and organizing datasets.

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