This post comes from Arthur Cole on the Tesora blog.
Time is probably the most valuable commodity in business. "Time is money" is
a trite way of saying that those who move the quickest are usually the ones
who get the loot.
But current database technology is anything but timely. Databases take a long
time to build, populate and manage, and more often than not produce valuable
results only after hours of number crunching. And with Big Data, social
networking, the Internet of Things and other data-intensive workloads on the
near horizon, database functionality is likely to become slower still.
Unless something new comes along. To many, Database as a Service (DBaaS) is
merely one more way in which the enterprise can leverage its growing cloud
presence. Those who are at the DBaaS forefront, however, know there is a
whole lot more to it than that.
Oracle's Alexander Wol... (more)
Tesora Announces it is the first and only OpenStack Trove Project
Implementation Certified by Mirantis
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Tesora announces it is the first and only OpenStack Trove
project implementation certified by Mirantis, ensuring that the company's
OpenStack Trove-based Database as a Service (DBaaS) Platform works with the
Mirantis OpenStack distribution.
In addition, Tesora adds the popular enterprise distribution from Mirantis to
the Tesora OpenStack Database Certification Program ensuring compatibility
with both NoSQL and SQL database management systems on Trove and elimi... (more)
For the first time, two hosting providers will make available to their
customers Tesora's OpenStack Trove-based Enterprise Database as a Service
Blue Box, an on-demand private cloud hosting provider based in Seattle, and
Vexxhost, a hosting provider based in Montreal, will offer customers the
Tesora DBaaS Platform Enterprise Edition so that database capacity can be
delivered on demand.
The Tesora DBaaS platform enables customer choice with extensive testing for
databases including MongoDB, MySQL, Percona Server, MariaDB, Redis,
Couchbase, and Cassandra.
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ATLANTA – The Cloud Path for IBM portal used for transitioning workloads to
SoftLayer now offers support for SoftLayer Object Storage in order to store
captured customer images. By adding support for SoftLayer Object Storage,
Cloud Path for IBM ensures that the customer’s data is always 100 percent
within their control to help ensure security, as well as compliance with
regulatory and governance policies.
Since the initial launch, hundreds of customers have successfully migrated a
variety of workloads to SoftLayer using the online, S... (more)
Racemi Delivers Cloud Migration Software with New Data Synchronization
Racemi announced an update to its DynaCenter cloud migration software that
synchronizes changed data between source and target to minimize data latency
prior to migration cut over. This new delta-data synchronization feature is
especially useful for migrating large enterprise applications such as
Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP),
Business Process Management (BPM), and other enterprise applications, which
are often performed by system integrators.
“Once the... (more)