Database as a Service Platform Improves High Availability, Enhances Support
for Oracle and Other Databases
No one comes close to Tesora's database as a service platform in terms of the
combination of features and choice of 13 different databases.
Today the company makes available new features in its database as a service -
based on OpenStack Trove - which make it easier for administrators to manage
disparate database technologies through their life cycle.
IT and database managers can now update OpenStack database guest images in
real-time with the newest, enterprise-ready version of the Tesora database as
a service (DBaaS) platform. This automates patch management that would
otherwise be an intensive, manual exercise.
The new Tesora DBaaS Platform Enterprise Edition 1.7 also provides more
control over database replica placement ensuring that they are not subject to
By Chip Childers
As enterprises work to rapidly embrace the mobile revolution, both for their
workforce and to engage more deeply with their customers, the pressure is on
for IT to support the tools needed by their application developers. Mobile
application developers are working with a massive variety of technologies and
platforms, but one trend that stands out is the rapid adoption of NoSQL
database engines and the use of Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) platforms and
services to run them.
Gartner has predicted that by 2017, 20% of enterprises will have their own
internal mobile... (more)
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Today, more enterprises are enabling applications to be deployed on public
and private cloud infrastructure. However, to date there have been no
PostgreSQL Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) options available that have the
features, functionality and support that are required for enterprise
In her session at the 10th International Cloud Expo, Karen Padir, executive
vice president of products and engineering at EnterpriseDB, will discuss what
enterprises require from a DBaaS and why DBAs should consider PostgreSQL to
move database ... (more)
“Databases are the core of any application and expertise in the most
popular database technologies will be critical to us delivering Fanatical
Support in the open cloud,” said Pat Matthews, SVP of corporate development
at Rackspace Hosting, as it was announced that Rackspace has entered into a
definitive agreement to acquire ObjectRocket, a MongoDB database as a service
“As we look to expand our open cloud database offering into the MongoDB
world, we are really excited to work with the entrepreneurs and engineers at
ObjectRocket,” Matthews continued.
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Database as a Service (DBaaS) is cloud database hosted and managed by the
cloud service providers that can be accessed through public cloud or the
hybrid cloud. The cloud provider takes care of provisioning, configuring,
setup, maintenance, backups and patching the database. Customers are expected
to export the database and start consuming the service through the
There is a debate on whether Database as a Service (DBaaS) should be
considered part of IaaS or PaaS. Though databases are part of almost all PaaS
offerings, ... (more)
CAMBRIDGE, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/19/14 -- Enterprises and cloud operators
that are looking to build database as a service (DBaaS) on OpenStack Trove
can ensure that their choice of databases will work on their choice of
OpenStack distributions with the announcement today of the Tesora OpenStack
Database Certification Program.
Trove is the open source DBaaS component of the OpenStack cloud platform.
Tesora, the OpenStack Trove company focused on the success of Trove in the
enterprise, is creating the certification program to provide assurance that
the most widely used databas... (more)