MariaDB is a community-developed, commercially supported fork of the MySQL relational database management system, intended to remain free and open-source software under the GNU General Public License.


We currently support MariaDB versions 10.11, 10.6, 10.5 and 10.4.

Performance Classes

In order to fulfill your requirements for your MariaDB workloads, we offer four performance classes - Standard (max. 4GB RAM), High (max. 16GB RAM), Insane (max. 32GB RAM) and Ultra (max. 64GB RAM).

CPU Limits & Autoscaling

Our autoscaling Platform Services will scale according to the load of your application.

The minimum CPU usage is 1, and the maximum is 32. The maximum CPU cores available can be set anywhere in between, and the database will scale up to the maximum cores you set, if nothing is set then the 32 core limit will be used.

The amount of cores in use can be easily seen in the metrics of the running Platform Service.

Storage Limits & Autoscaling

Our autoscaling Platform Services will scale according to the load of your application.

The maximum possible storage is 1TB. The current usage can been seen within the platform services metrics, and previous accumulated usage can bee seen within the Usage Dashboard.

Connection Limits

In order to prevent overloading, you can limit the maximum number of simultaneous connections to your database service.

The maximum number of connections can be specified anywhere between 10 to 4000, with 4000 being the default set value.

SQL Modes

The MariaDB server can operate in different SQL modes, and can apply these modes differently for different clients, depending on the value of the sql_mode system variable.

DBAs can set the global SQL mode to match site server operating requirements, and each application can set its session SQL mode to its own requirements.


Maximum Allowed Packet Size

This refers to the maximum packet length sent or received from the database server, dependent on the max_allowed_packet variable. The range varies from 1MB all the way up to 1GB, with the default maximum allowed packet size set as 16MB.

Server Time Zone

You have the possibility to specify the time zone in which your database service operates in, with the default time zone set as Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

Query Cache

Using query cache parameters, you can significantly improve query performance by caching query results. Should you choose to enable it, there are two subparameters associated with query caching, namely:

  • Query Cache Limit : Used to set the maximum size for each set of query results, preventing a single large query result set taking up most of the available memory. The default value is specified as 1MB.
  • Query Cache Size : Used to set the overall size of the query cache, with the default value specified as 32MB.

Service Access

Once your PaaS service has been successfully created you can have the possibility to view the Service Access section within the detailed view for your service. You have the option to include the credentials, password and/or the port. Using this section you can easily set, generate and copy several variants:

  • Connection String
  • Connection Parameters
  • Flags
  • PHP Data Object (PDO)
  • Data Source Name (DSN)