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Tesora, the company bringing OpenStack Trove Database as a Service (DBaaS) to the enterprise, has announced that Red Hat and others have invested in the company as a part of Tesora's latest funding round. The funding agreement expands on the ongoing collaboration between Tesora and Red Hat, which dates back to February 2014 when Tesora was re-launched with the mission to become the market leader in database as a service (DBaaS) and OpenStack Trove. Most recently, the Tesora DBaaS Platform Enterprise Edition added support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6. Today, Tesora is the number one contributor to OpenStack Trove and ranks among the top 20 companies contributing to OpenStack overall as measured by Stackalytics, alongside Red Hat and other Tesora partners. This reflects the transformation of Tesora's development team to focus on the OpenStack DBaaS ... (more)

Database as a Service Platform Improves High Availability | @CloudExpo #Cloud

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 o... (more)

Cloud Expo: Delivering Database as a Service with Oracle Database 12c

Slide Deck: Delivering Database as a Service with Oracle Database 12c IT leaders are turning to the cloud to increase agility and reduce costs. During this session, learn how Oracle offers a complete Database as a Service (DBaaS) solution that delivers on a broad range of requirements including simplified database consolidation, mission-critical deployments and extreme scalability. In his session at the 13th International Cloud Expo®, Willie Hardie, VP Database Product Management at Oracle, discussed how the new multitenant architecture in Oracle Database 12c lends itself to prov... (more)

OpenStack Database Certification Program Announced by Tesora

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)

Tesora Announces Enhancements to OpenStack DBaaS | @CloudExpo [#Cloud]

Tesora Announces Enhancements to Enterprise-Hardened OpenStack Database as a Service 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)

Survey Finds Database in the Cloud Taking over in Enterprises | @CloudExpo #Cloud

As enterprises make the sweeping move from traditional data centers to cloud computing, a survey by 451 Research shows that some 90 percent of information technology (IT) database managers and executives say their selection of database technologies relates to the suppliers' cloud strategy. The report states that while the initial adoption of database-as-a-service (DBaaS) offerings from cloud providers, especially Amazon Web Services (AWS), have posed a challenge to the incumbent on-premises database vendors, the survey results indicate that those incumbent vendors are likely to ma... (more)