Improved performance. Increased reliability.

Database workloads require a large storage capacity and high memory density in order to efficiently process business-critical data. phoenixNAP’s selection of dedicated servers includes powerful systems that let you choose and scale hardware components that fit your specific needs. Supporting all major databases, our workload-optimized server systems bring significant benefits to your business.

Recommended servers

Light Workloads

2x Intel Xeon Gold 6258R (20×2.4GHz)
Comparable to Xeon Silver 4210R Processors

128GB DDR4 RAM
2x1TB NVMe
1Gbps network (private + public)
15TB bandwidth
20Gbps DDoS

Starting at:
$295/mo

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Medium Workloads

2x Intel Xeon Gold 6258R (40×2.1GHz)
Comparable to Xeon Gold 5218R Processors

384GB DDR4 RAM
2x1TB NVMe
10Gbps network (private + public)
15TB bandwidth
20Gbps DDoS

Starting at:
$599/mo

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Heavy Workloads

2x Intel Xeon Gold 6258R (52×2.1GHz)
Comparable to Xeon Gold 6230R Processors

512GB DDR4 RAM
2x2TB NVMe
10Gbps network (private + public)
15TB bandwidth
20Gbps DDoS

Starting at:
$891/mo

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Feature Highlights

phoenxiNAP’s servers leverage industry-leading hardware technology, opex-based models, DDoS protection, and various customization options to help you overcome IT challenges. Available on-demand, a wide variety of components and upgrades let you build a workload-optimized platform to maximize your IT resources and achieve cost efficiencies.

2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable Processors

Built to meet the demand for faster data transfer, 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors will give a significant performance boost to your database workloads. With increased core count and clock speeds, they can process complex workloads with minimum latency.

Storage and Memory Options

phoenixNAP’s storage and memory options include SSD, NVMe, and SATA to provide you with maximum flexibility while building your database server. NVMe storage solutions are designed to provide fast reads and writes, while IPOS storage ensures cutting-edge performance. Choose what fits your needs best and upgrade any time you want!

Network and Security

Get access to a globally distributed and DDoS-protected network to ensure secure delivery of your services. You can also leverage our 10GB networking capability as Public + Private, which is especially convenient if you have database servers as a part of a larger deployment that you want to connect to simultaneously.

2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable Processors

Built to meet the demand for faster data transfer, 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors will give a significant performance boost to your database workloads. With increased core count and clock speeds, they can process complex workloads with minimum latency.

Storage and Memory Options

phoenixNAP’s storage and memory options include SSD, NVMe, and SATA to provide you with maximum flexibility while building your database server. NVMe storage solutions are designed to provide fast reads and writes, while IPOS storage ensures cutting-edge performance. Choose what fits your needs best and upgrade any time you want!

Network and Security

Get access to a globally distributed and DDoS-protected network to ensure secure delivery of your services. You can also leverage our 10GB networking capability as Public + Private, which is especially convenient if you have database servers as a part of a larger deployment that you want to connect to simultaneously.

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Why Choose phoenixNAP Database Servers?

Your IT platform’s storage, memory, processor, and network features determine the performance and availability of your databases. phoenixNAP’s systems leverage the latest generation hardware technologies allowing you to build platforms that provide the support you need for your database workloads. From MySQL and MongoDB, to MariaDB, Apache Cassandra, and PostgresSQL, any database system can be improved with workload-optimized servers.

Globally Available

Available from strategic locations in the US, Europe, and Asia-Pacific

High-Performance Hardware

20 Gbps of DDoS protection provided FREE with every server

Customizable

Flexible component upgrade models let you scale resources as you go

“Clients have started pouring in due to service reliability, we provide thanks to phoenixNAP”

– James Dixon, Owner and founder, ServerMiner

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“Clients have started pouring in due to service reliability, we provide thanks to phoenixNAP”

– James Dixon, Owner and founder, ServerMiner

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Database Management Q&A

As the volume of data grows, databases and database management systems (DBMSs) become increasingly complex. To ensure seamless results, simplicity of use, and high performance, your servers need to be properly set up and configured.
If you’re looking to solve a specific issue, check out our Knowledge Base articles.

Knowledge Base

How To Import And Export MySQL Databases In Linux

MySQL is a popular Linux-based database program. As a database, MySQL is a versatile application. It can be used for something as simple as a product database, or as complex as a WordPress website.

This tutorial will walk you through how to export a MySQL database and import it from a dump file in MySQL.

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How to Backup & Restore a MySQL Database

It is essential to important to make regular backups of all data in case of loss. Has your MySQL database has been lost, and you’re scrambling to restore a copy from your last backup?

In this tutorial, we present two easy ways to backup and restore your MySQL Database.

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How to Install MariaDB on CentOS 7

For CentOS 7 users, MariaDB is the default database system as it replaced MySQL as the default database system.
The original MySQL developers designed MariaDB as a backward-compatible drop-in replacement for MySQL.

In this tutorial you will learn how to install MariaDB on CentOS 7 from the local repository or official repository.

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How To Connect To A PostgreSQL Database From Command Line In Linux

PostgreSQL is an open source relational database management system.
Psql is an interactive terminal program for working with PostgreSQL. Use psql to edit, automate, and execute queries in PostgreSQL.

In this tutorial, you will learn how to connect to PostgreSQL from the command line using psql or pgAdmin.

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