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Tesora DBaaS Platform Becomes First Trove-Based OpenStack Distribution to Support MongoDB

by Alex Giamas on  May 27, 2014

Tesora, previously known as Parelastic is developing a DBaaS for OpenStack. Tesora has partnered with the OpenStack Trove community and its DBaaS solution has had support from day zero for MySQL. Now it has added support for MongoDB offering SQL and NoSQL databases to be deployed side by side..

Google Cloud SQL now Generally Available

by Chris Swan on  Feb 14, 2014

Google have announced general availability of their Cloud SQL service. At launch the service comes with automatic encryption of customer data, a 99.95% uptime SLA and support for databases up to 500GB in size.

AWS Gets Redis, Several RDS Improvements

by Roopesh Shenoy on  Sep 06, 2013

Amazon recently announced several new features for the AWS platform, including option to choose Redis for it's ElastiCache service, several RDS related improvements, and even the release of their unified command line interface.

Google Extends Their Services with Cloud SQL

by Abel Avram on  Jun 07, 2013 1

Google is making MySQL available in the cloud as a fully managed service, including a JSON API for programmatic management.

Amazon Web Services Launches AWS Tools For Windows PowerShell

by Matthias Marschall on  Jan 18, 2013

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has released tools for the Windows PowerShell scripting environment to enhance support for Windows administrators' management of cloud infrastructure.

AWS Beanstalk For .NET, RDS For SQL Server

by Roopesh Shenoy on  May 11, 2012

Amazon has announced support for .NET on AWS Elastic Beanstalk and a new RDS service for SQL Server, bringing better manageability to .NET/SQL Server apps hosted on AWS.

Amazon EC2 Outage Explained and Lessons Learned

by Abel Avram on  Apr 29, 2011 1

Amazon has published a detailed report on the service failure plaguing one availability zone in the US East Region. The online media is full with analysis, commentaries and lessons to be learned from the event.

Amazon RDS: MySQL Database as a Cloud Service

by Carlos Armas on  Dec 17, 2009

Amazon recently added a new MySQL database offering to their Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform named Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS). InfoQ explores the benefits and shortcomings of this new service, how it compares to running a local MySQL database, maintenance and replication, the 4-hour weekly downtime window requirement, availability zones, and future plans.

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