Tesora Offers Cloud OpenStack Database as a Service

Date 2014/9/18 9:59:38 | Topic: Product News

The first enterprise-ready, commercial implementation of OpenStack Trove database as a service (DBaaS) is now available from Tesora, the leading contributor to the OpenStack Trove open source project.
Bringing databases to the cloud with OpenStack Trove creates enormous benefits along with new challenges for enterprises. Databases are different from other information technology (IT) infrastructure in that they require specialized management skills and deep knowledge of the unique features and functions for each application. Since databases can be resource intensive, many don't work well in cloud environments, especially where high-availability and reliability are critical.

Tesora DBaaS Platform Enterprise Edition meets these challenges by simplifying installation and configuration of Trove, adding automated replication for high-availability production workloads, along with new management features that expose more capabilities of the underlying databases.

Organizations deploying the Tesora DBaaS Platform Enterprise Edition can be confident in the performance and reliability of their database as a service project. Highlights of Tesora's Enterprise Edition include:
* Installers and configuration scripts for leading OpenStack distributions for easier setup
* Pre-configured and optimized Trove datastore images for supported technologies means less time setting up and tuning database performance
* Options for both full and incremental database backup, plus replication for production applications
* Extensive testing and certification with a wide range of popular databases
* 24/7 support with enterprise service level agreements, along with frequent maintenance release and bug fixes that resolve problems quickly, plus detailed documentation by a team that really understand databases, OpenStack and Trove



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