Azure Database for MariaDB will be retired on 19 September 2025 – Migrate to Azure Database for MySQL Flexible Server
公開日: 9月 22, 2023
Azure Database for MariaDB will be retired on 19 September 2025, please migrate to Azure Database for MySQL Flexible Server by that date.
We’re making investments on our flagship offering of Azure Database for MySQL Flexible Server that is better suited for mission-critical workloads. Azure Database for MySQL Flexible Server has better features, performance, improved architecture, and more controls to manage costs across all service tiers compared to Azure Database for MariaDB. We encourage you to transition to Azure Database for MySQL Flexible Server prior to the retirement date to experience the new capabilities of Azure Database for MySQL Flexible Server including:
- More ways to optimize costs, including support for burstable tier compute options.
- Improved performance for business-critical production workloads that require low latency, high concurrency, fast failover, and high scalability.
- Improved uptime with the ability to configure a hot standby on the same or a different zone, and a one-hour time window for planned server maintenance.
From now to 19 September 2025 you can continue to use Azure Database for MariaDB without disruption. On 19 September 2025, workloads running Azure Database for MariaDB will be deleted and associated application data will be lost.
To avoid service disruptions, please follow our instructions to migrate to Azure Database for MySQL by 19 September 2025.
Help and support
If you have questions, get answers from What’s happening to Azure Database for MariaDB? or from community experts in Microsoft Q&A. If you have a support plan and you need technical help, create a support request.