CockroachDB Adds a Serverless Tier to the Mix

CockroachDB Adds a Serverless Tier to the Mix-01

Cockroach Labs launched a beta version of a new serverless product this week, in addition to its provided cloud service and self-hosted edition (which can be on-premises or in a cloud). CockroachDB has taken the first step toward launching a free edition and pay-as-you-go pricing. They can cut entry prices by going serverless.

Cockroach Serverless has a number of objectives. The first is to provide a lower entry point by not requiring users to commit to a minimum number of nodes or clusters. Making life easier for developers by removing the need to capacity plan and provision nodes, CockroachDB Serverless will autoscale, with clusters spinning up and down in under 10 milliseconds.

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