By combining advanced features like multi-master, multi-site clustering with OpenStack, Continuent Tungsten enables the speed, simplicity and reliability that enterprises require from a database-as-a-service, at reduced cost.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) June 11, 2013
Continuent, Inc., a leading provider of database-as-a-service solutions for MySQL™ and Oracle®, today announced it is a sponsor of Red Hat Summit 2013 (http://www.redhat.com/summit), the industry’s premier open source technology event and will be present in the OpenStack Partner Pavilion during the event. The conference is held June 11-14, 2013 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston.
Continuent Tungsten allows enterprises running business-critical MySQL applications to achieve affordable high availability (HA) and performance scaling. Continuent Tungsten makes it simple to create new data services (database-as-a-service) in OpenStack cloud or in your private datacenter, and to manage them all from a single point.
“OpenStack is being embraced as the standard cloud platform, and as a foundation of data center management, by major IT vendors including Red Hat, IBM, HP, Rackspace, Dell and Cisco,” said Robert Hodges, CEO at Continuent. “By combining advanced features like multi-master, multi-site clustering with OpenStack, Continuent Tungsten enables the speed, simplicity and reliability that enterprises require from a database-as-a-service, at reduced cost.”
“We are excited to have Continuent’s support for Red Hat Summit 2013, an event where customers connect with our broad partner ecosystem to learn about making open hybrid cloud a reality in their organizations,” said Jackie Yeaney, executive vice president, Strategy and Corporate Marketing, Red Hat.
At Red Hat Summit 2013, attendees can be inspired by industry leaders and real world stories from organizations who will share how they are driving growth and innovation with Red Hat solutions. Featuring more than 160 sessions, Red Hat Summit attendees can attend visionary keynotes, participate in interactive sessions, see live demos, meet Red Hat's broad ecosystem of partners, collaborate with Red Hat engineers and community members, and build connections through networking opportunities. Red Hat Summit 2013 features four days of content focused on many of the technology industry's hottest topics, including open hybrid cloud, big data, OpenStack, application development, and application and platform infrastructure. Sessions will showcase the latest open source developments in cloud computing, platform, virtualization, middleware, storage, and systems management technologies.
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Continuent is a leading provider of database-as-a-service solutions for MySQL and Oracle. Continuent Tungsten allows enterprises running business-critical MySQL applications to affordably achieve business and revenue continuity through Tungsten’s commercial-grade high availability (HA) and globally redundant disaster recovery (DR) capabilities. Continuent Tungsten makes it simple to create new data services (database-as-a-service) in the cloud or in your private datacenter, and to manage them all from a single point.
Continuent Tungsten customers include Adobe, AltiSource, American Express, Alcatel-Lucent, AstraZeneca, AT&T Wireless, Capital Payments, Carfax, Constant Contact, The Department of Homeland Security, eBay, Eckoh Technologies, EMC2, Financial Times, F-Secure, Global Cash Card, Juniper Networks, Hearst Magazines, Limelight, Marketo, Modernizing Medicine, Olympus USA, Panasonic Europe, Sage Group, Sony Music, Synacor, Telefonica, Thomson Reuters, ToolsStation, UniBet, Verkkokauppa and Zuora.
For more information about Continuent, our products and consulting services, visit http://www.continuent.com.
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