Database Autonomy Service (DAS) provides the following editions: Basic Edition and Professional Edition. This topic describes the databases and features that are supported by the two editions of DAS.

Description of editions

Edition Basic Edition Professional Edition
Fee Free of charge. You are charged storage fees on a pay-as-you-go basis and subscription fees for database instances for which DAS Professional Edition is enabled. For more information, see Pricing of DAS Professional Edition.
Supported features
  • Centralized management of various database engines
  • Database issue diagnostics and performance optimization
  • Regular database O&M and management
In addition to the features provided by Basic Edition, Professional Edition supports the following features: automatic SQL optimization, intelligent stress testing, automatic tablespace fragment recycling, and SQL Explorer and security audit. For more information about the features supported by DAS Basic Edition and Professional Edition, see Features of DAS Basic Edition and Professional Edition.
Supported databases
  • ApsaraDB RDS for MySQL, PolarDB for MySQL, and self-managed MySQL databases
  • ApsaraDB RDS for PostgreSQL, PolarDB for PostgreSQL, and self-managed PostgreSQL databases
  • ApsaraDB RDS for SQL Server and self-managed Linux-based SQL Server databases
  • PolarDB O
  • PolarDB-X 2.0
  • ApsaraDB for Redis and self-managed Redis databases
  • ApsaraDB for MongoDB and self-managed MongoDB databases
  • RDS SQL Server
  • RDS PostgreSQL
  • PolarDB MySQL
  • PolarDB-X 2.0

Features of DAS Basic Edition and Professional Edition

This section describes the symbols that are used in the tables of this topic.
  • ✔️ indicates that the feature is supported.
  • ➖ indicates N/A.
  • ❌ indicates that the feature is not supported.
Item Feature DAS Basic Edition DAS Professional Edition
Monitoring Performance trends ✔️ ✔️
Monitoring dashboards ✔️ ✔️
Real-time monitoring dashboard ✔️ ✔️
Performance insight ✔️ ✔️
Performance snapshots ✔️ ✔️
Alert Configure an alert ✔️ ️✔️
Query governance Query governance ️✔️ ️✔️
Space Storage analysis ️✔️ ️✔️
Capacity assessment ️✔️ ️✔️
Session Session management ️✔️ ️✔️
10-second SQL analysis ️✔️ ️✔️
Deadlock analysis Deadlock analysis ️✔️ ️✔️
Diagnostics Diagnostics ️✔️ ️✔️
Diagnostic reports ️✔️ ️✔️
Performance trends ️✔️ ️✔️
SQL statement and request Slow query log analysis ️✔️ ️✔️
SQL optimization ️✔️ ️✔️
Inspection and scoring Inspection and scoring ️✔️ ️✔️
Autonomy service Automatic storage expansion ️✔️ ️✔️️
Automatic performance scaling ️✔️ ️✔️
Prediction-based auto scaling ️✔️ ️✔️
Scheduled auto scaling ️✔️ ️✔️
Automatic scaling for local resources ️✔️ ️✔️
24/7 anomaly detection ️✔️ ️✔️
Automatic SQL throttling ️✔️ ️✔️
Automatic SQL optimization ️✔️
Intelligent stress testing ️️✔️
Automatic parameter tuning ️️✔️
Automatic tablespace fragment recycling ️️️✔️
Abnormal SQL request identification ️️️✔️
SQL Explorer and security audit Search ️️️️✔️
SQL Explorer ️️️️✔️
Security audit ️️️️✔️
Traffic playback and stress testing ️️️️✔️