CrateDB Cloud

CrateDB Cloud is a fully-managed service, allowing you to deploy, monitor, back up, and scale your CrateDB clusters in the cloud without the need to do database management yourself. You can store and analyze massive amounts of data in near real-time, even with complex queries.

Users around the world rely on CrateDB Cloud clusters to store billions of records and terabytes of data, all accessible without delays. If you want to start using CrateDB Cloud, or make the most of your existing subscription, we are maintaining resources and tutorials to support you correspondingly.

Quick Start

Learn how to sign up and get started with a free cluster.


Learn how to use some of the key features of CrateDB.


Learn how to manage your cluster.

Web Console

The web-based management console for all your managed and on-premise clusters.

Croud CLI

A command-line based terminal program to operate your managed clusters.

CrateDB Cloud on Kubernetes

Run your own CrateDB Cloud region using Kubernetes.

Do you want to learn about key database drivers and client applications for CrateDB, such as CrateDB Admin UI, crash, psql, DataGrip, and DBeaver? Discover how to configure these tools and explore CrateDB’s compatibility with analytics, ETL, BI, and monitoring solutions.

Admin UI

Each CrateDB Cloud cluster offers a dedicated Admin UI, which can be used to explore data, schema metadata, and cluster status information.

Clients, Tools, and Integrations

Learn about compatible client applications and tools, and how to configure your favorite client library to connect to a CrateDB cluster.

Import data

Learn how to import data into your CrateDB Cloud clusters.


Like CrateDB itself, this is an open source documentation project. Suggestions for improvements, and source code contributions, are always welcome.