We will start cooking your very own cloud database compatible with CUBRID 8.4.3. We will create a database with 100MB disk space. If you need more space, please contact us.
When we finish, you will receive an email from us with your database credentials. This will include the remote database host IP address, the port number, your database name, a username, and a password. We will also include a short getting started tutorial for you to take off quickly.
Simply request a database once more using the same email you have requested with before, and we will send you the same database credentials.
Yes! The CUBRID cloud database you are to receive is completely free of charge. Enjoy!
We have built this service for educational purpose. We want our great users like you be able to get their hands on a CUBRID database as soon as they need. You can use this cloud database for testing, for learning CUBRID, or for building non-critical demo applications. In fact, this very site uses a CUBRID cloud database.
At this moment we promise to keep this service up at least by the end of this 2013 year. We will inform all the subscribers if we plan to continue or stop this service.
Also we will periodically check each database usage. In case the database is idle for over a month, we will inform the user via email about the upcoming termination of his or her database. Thus, the database will be terminated without a backup unless the user replies to the email explaining why he or she would like to keep this database.
In case your database is terminated, you can always create one again by submitting the request via the form above.
No, since this service is provided for educational purpose, we will not backup the user databases.
Soon we will provide a Web access to your database where you will be able to export your database to SQL, CSV or CUBRID loaddb formats, which you can later load to your local or remote CUBRID Server.
Yes, you can. Simply request a new database with a different email.
We have configured the CUBRID Server the following way:
MAX_NUM_APPL_SERVER) is set to 20. Since CUBRID is well designed to handle many concurrent requests, this number should be enough for a general use. If you are hitting this limit and would like us to raise it, please contact us.
data_buffer_size) that can be used by a database to cache data is limited to 20MB per database.
In case a user tries to abuse the system or misuse the service, we retain the right to stop user's database without notice.