Managed – FPT Database Engine
Managed – FPT Database Engine

1. Introduction to FPT Smart Cloud Database Engine

FPT Smart Cloud Database Engine is a cloud-based database service that provides businesses with a simple, fast, and secure way to deploy and manage their database.

This product allows you to create a database (SQL, non-SQL) on a virtual cluster without setting up detailed parameters as you would need to do on a physical server. Our service includes the following databases:

  • MySQL

  • SQL Server

  • MongoDB

  • MariaDB

  • PostgreSQL

  • Redis

  • Kafka

You can choose the appropriate version for your application on each database, and our team is always ready to support the change between versions within a database.

2. Terminology and Definitions:

Terminology Definitions
Database A collection of data that is organized so that it can be easily accessed, managed, and updated
Relational Database A database that stores data in tables, with each table consisting of rows and columns. Relational databases use SQL to query data.
Non-relational Database A database that does not store data in tables. Non-relational databases often use other query languages, such as NoSQL.
SQL (Structure querry language) A programming language used to store, retrieve, and manipulate data in relational databases.
Cluster A group of computers that work together to provide a single service. In the context of databases, a cluster is used to distribute data across multiple computers.
Node A computer in a cluster.
VCPU (cloud) A virtual central processing unit. VCPUs are measured in gigabytes (GB).
RAM (cloud) RAM is measured in gigabytes (GB).
Storage disk (cloud) A storage device that is attached to a cloud server. Storage disks are measured in gigabytes (GB).
Backup Job A scheduled task that automatically backs up data.
Full Backup A backup of all data in a database. This includes both old data and data that has been modified since the previous backup.
Diff Backup A backup of only the data that has been changed or created since the most recent backup.
Restore The process of restoring a database from a backup. This can be used to recover data that has been lost or damaged.

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