Online migration is now available for the MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Redis database engines. Online migration allows you to migrate databases from external servers or cloud providers to databases in your DigitalOcean account.
You can now remove all global SQL modes from MySQL database clusters. Global SQL modes affect the SQL syntax MySQL supports and the data validation checks it performs.
Beginning 4 June 2020, you are required to create a primary key for each new table in any DigitalOcean Managed MySQL Database to improve cluster performance.
The DigitalOcean Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) service is now available for all customers. VPC replaces the private networking service. Existing private networks will continue to function as normal but with the enhanced security and features of the VPC service. See the description of VPC features for more information.
We began the incremental release of the DigitalOcean Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) service. It will be available for all customers soon. VPC replaces the private networking service.
Released v1.12.0 of the DigitalOcean Terraform Provider. This release contains improvements to Managed Database support including a new resource for configuring trusted sources and the ability to set the global SQL mode or Redis eviction policy on a cluster. There is also a new data source for finding supported Kubernetes versions. Learn more on the Terraform Changelog.
Managed Databases for MySQL and Redis in Limited Availability are now available in the AMS3, LON1, and NYC3 datacenter regions. Learn more in the MySQL and Redis announcement blog post.
Managed Databases for MySQL and Redis have been released in early availability in the NYC1, FRA1, and SFO2 datacenter regions. Learn more in the MySQL and Redis announcement blog post.