Tesora Adds Databases, Distribution Support, and Management Features to its
Enterprise Database as a Service
Tesora announces an update of its enterprise-hardened implementation of
OpenStack Trove database as a service (DBaaS) platform. This release adds
support for more databases and OpenStack distributions, as well as new
database management features, and deeper integration with the OpenStack
Tesora DBaaS Platform Enterprise Edition 1.4 includes support for:
- The widely-used Oracle Database 11g.
- Updated database versions including, Couchbase 3.0, MongoDB 2.6 and 3.0
along with PostgreSQL 9.4, which builds on the extensive list of guest images
currently available for OpenStack Trove.
- Cassandra backup and restore, user management features, and configuration
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6 added to existing ... (more)
WSM First Independent Services Company to Offer DevOps Specialty Practice
WSM International is launching a DevOps services division that offers
assessment, consulting and implementation to large enterprises and
organizations with complex infrastructures. This is the first independent
services company to create a dedicated practice to help organizations looking
to transition to the DevOps model.
The concept of DevOps is to blend information technology (IT) software
development with operations to optimize the computing infrastructure
according to the specific needs of the organizat... (more)
Tesora Announces Enhancements to Enterprise-Hardened OpenStack Database as a
Tesora announces an update of its database as a service (DBaaS) platform that
adds expanded replication capabilities in MySQL including failover, making it
the first OpenStack Trove-based product to support high availability.
In addition, Tesora has extended database support to include MariaDB 5.5 and
10.0 along with PostgreSQL 9.3. Also, the recently announced support for
Oracle 12c is generally available.
"We're delivering on the highest priority requirements with failover for
MySQL and the ad... (more)
Everyone in the OpenStack community has a vested interested in making it
work. Vendors and developers, of course, want to sell products or services,
while users want a low-cost, convenient means of provisioning and managing
While some open source endeavors like Linux are able to maintain tight
integration among independently developed tools and systems, others fall prey
to the "too many cooks in the kitchen" syndrome. That is, without a strong
guiding hand, the open source community runs the risk of becoming so
fragmented that compatibility and integration... (more)
Tesora to Deliver Oracle Database Connectivity in OpenStack Trove
Enterprises can now provision Oracle Database in OpenStack via the latest
version of the Tesora private cloud Database as a Service (DBaaS) platform,
the company's enhanced implementation of OpenStack Trove.
Tesora has developed the first Trove guest agent for Oracle Database 12c.
Enterprises can now use OpenStack Trove to create, configure, and start
Oracle pluggable databases within a container database environment. The
Oracle container database can be pre-provisioned on dedicated hardware to
deliver an ideal us... (more)