Event Store Cloud
Event Store Cloud allows you to deploy managed EventStoreDB clusters in the cloud through AWS, GCP, and Azure. The service is now in production-ready Preview and you can create an account and explore the console.
When you are ready to provision clusters, complete the short form in the console to request access to the Preview program.Create your account How much does it cost?
What is Event Store Cloud?
Event Store Cloud is a multi-cloud software as a service (SaaS) delivery platform that allows you to subscribe to and manage Event Store service offerings via an API and an easy-to-use web console. You can provision services and connect these services securely to your own cloud resources.
It’s a fully managed service that’s designed to make it easy for developers to build and run highly available and secure applications that incorporate EventStoreDB without having to worry about managing the underlying infrastructure. And it’s fully compatible with the existing EventStoreDB database product, enabling you to easily adopt the solution.
What features are available in Preview?
In the Preview phase, Event Store Cloud is a production-ready and fully supported offering with a defined SLA. However, some features required to achieve a fully self-service solution aren't quite available yet - things like the billing dashboard and self-signup. See the table below for a full list of features that will be present in GA (General Availability).
All features will be ready soon, but this Preview phase of Event Store Cloud seeks to ensure a great user experience for every customer by gating access and staggering onboarding.
As we move towards GA, new features will be made available periodically in a non-breaking manner as soon as they’re of production quality.
GA is currently expected to land in Q1 2021 and all Preview customers will have continuity of their account and data when moving to GA.
|Feature||EA (Early Access)||Preview||GA (General Access)|
|Backup and restore|
|Availability||Invite only||Staged availability||Generally available|
How do I sign up?
To sign up for an account during the Preview phase, simply create your account in the Event Store Cloud console. Once set up, you can request full access to provision resources and input your billing details.
If you’d like to discuss your project or if you require help getting set up, just use the form below to get in touch with our team who will be happy to help.
AWS (Amazon Web Services) Automated provisioning to AWS (Amazon Web Services).
GCP (Google Cloud Platform) Automated provisioning to GCP (Google Cloud Platform).
Microsoft Azure Automated provisioning to Microsoft Azure.
Managed EventStoreDB Provision EventStoreDB clusters on demand and connect clusters to your chosen cloud infrastructure provider. Other features include: automated vertical scaling, disk resizing, cluster version upgrades, and cluster health management.
Access control Event Store Cloud features a policy based access control system that can be applied to an organization and project bucketing model allowing for fine grained access to provisioned resources.
Backup and restore Cluster snapshots may be created on demand or scheduled to support your data protection policies. These snapshots can then be restored to a new cluster on demand.
Billing Estimation of monthly cost is provided per resource prior to creation. Previous month, month to date, and projected month estimate are provided, as well as the standard access to monthly invoices, and the configuration of payment methods.
Event console Manage notifications for Event Store Cloud and Managed EventStoreDB events as they occur. Filter and push notifications to third party integrations like OpsGenie and PagerDuty.
Activity log Audit Event Store Cloud and Managed EventStoreDB access and resource changes or deletions by member and service accounts.
Automate Event Store Cloud provides a first class API for automation. A Terraform provider is currently provided, and Pulumi provider is on the way.
Latest news on Event Store Cloud
Alexey Zimarev has written a guide on how to connect Event Store Cloud to the Google Kubernetes Engine, to help you get started and make the most of Event Store Cloud.
EventStoreDB 21.2.0 has been released, and Oskar Dudycz explains what's new and improved in this release.
Event Store Cloud has shifted to Preview! This is an exciting time as it means we are now confident that Managed Event Store is production ready for users.
Recruitment for Cloud team
- Zachary Schneider joins as Head of Event Store Cloud
- Core features and functionality
- Applications accepted for EA participants
Early Access launches
- First customers onboarded in AWS and GCP
Azure provisioning targeted
- Automated provisioning to Azure
- A separate Preview phase will be run for Azure
- Production ready offering
- Fully supported with defined SLA
- Staged onboarding
General Access targeted
- Fully self-service
- Generally available
- External authentication providers (OAuth and SAML)
- Pulumi provider automation
- Managed EventStoreDB release upgrades
- Ability to empty a database
- Cluster health dashboard