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Supabase
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DynamoDB
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Cloudflare D1

Timings

Time to First Byte (TTFB) and Load time across different locations. Lower is better.

Location
Supabase
DB Query Time
Load
DynamoDB
DB Query Time
Load
Cloudflare D1
DB Query Time
Load
US flagus-west-1
US flagus-east-1
CA flagca-central-1
BR flagsa-east-1
DE flageu-central-1
GB flageu-west-2
FR flageu-west-3
SE flageu-north-1
IT flageu-south-1
ZA flagaf-south-1
SG flagap-southeast-1
JP flagap-northeast-1
HK flagap-east-1
AU flagap-southeast-2
KR flagap-northeast-2

Serverless Database features

Compare the features of the Serverless Database to help you choose the right one for your needs.

FeatureSupabaseDynamoDBCloudflare D1

Infrastructure, Underlying technology

Cloud Infrastructure, database system and underlying egine

Supabase infrastructure, PostgreSQL, S3 compatible storage object

AWS infrastructure

Cloudflare infrastructure, SQLite

Serverless Support

Serverless and Edge computing support

API

Deno Edge Function

@aws-sdk/client-dynamodb, native support for Vercel Edge, Cloudflare Workers

Cloudflare Workers runtime API interfaces, D1 Client API

Edge Functions

Support for Edge Functions
Supabase infrastructure

Runs over HTTPS protocol, compatible with Edge runtimes.Native multi-regional edge support. You can define regions for each table

Cloudflare Workers runtime

Developer Experience

Database type

OLTP

OLTP

OLTP

Data model

Databases store data in models, such as Relational, Columnar or Document based

Relational, SQL

key-value, NoSQL

Relational, SQL

CLI

supabase

AWS CLI tools

Cloudflare Workers runtime

Languages, APIs

The languages supporting the database and API interface for inter-process communication

TypeScript, JavaScript, supabase-js SDK, Flutter, React Native, React

Supported by majority of languages including Node.js, Python, Java, Go, C#, C++

TypeScript, JavaScript inside Cloudflare worker functions

Query language

Supported query language such as SQL, MQL, PartiQL,

SQL, PostgreSQL

PartiQL (JSON like syntax)

SQL

ACID compliant

ACID is a set of properties of database transactions intended to guarantee data validity despite errors, power failures, and other mishaps
ACID compliant
ACID compliant
ACID compliant

Self-hosting

Support for self-hosted Database instance
Docker support
Doesn't have support, Only for local development
Doesn't have support, Only for local development

Backups

Daily basis (Included in Free tier), PITR for paid users

Point-in-time recovery (PITR) provides continuous backups of your DynamoDB table data. When enabled, DynamoDB maintains incremental backups of your table for the last 35 days until you explicitly turn it off.

Backups run every hour automatically. Stores backups of your database in R2

Security & Compliance Offerings

SOC2

Multi-factor authentication

Support of the cloud-histed database for multi-factor authentication

Encryption

Cryptographic security at rest and on transportation level

AES 256 Encryption, TLS v1.2

All your data in DynamoDB is encrypted in transit, HTTPS, TLS

N/A

SSO

N/A

Monitoring and analytics

Log retention

Query log retention usually keeps lofs of operations for debugging and replication purposes

By default disabled, can be enabled with pgAudit extension

AWS CloudTrail for operation logs

N/A

Statistics

Tools and APIs for analysing and monitoring of Database performance

Web dashboard, provides Prometheus-compatible metrics endpoints to gather health insights

Amazon CloudWatch to monitor performance metrics

N/A

Scalability

Replication and Partitioning

read replicas in early preview

"Global tables", Multi-region replication

Distributed across Cloudflare Edge network