Press Releases




Tesora Database as a Service Platform Automates Real-Time Updates, Improves High Availability, Enhances Support for Oracle and other Databases

Adds clustering support for MySQL, DataStax Enterprise, Cassandra, and Couchbase databases. 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.



Survey Finds Database in the Cloud Taking over in Enterprises

Incumbent database vendors like Oracle, IBM remain top choice for 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.


Tesora Database as a Service Enterprise Edition Now Supports 11 Database Technologies – More than Twice any Comparable Product

OpenStack Trove-based platform simplifies managing databases throughout their lifecycle. Tesora announces an update of its enterprise-hardened implementation of OpenStack Trove database as a service (DBaaS) platform that now simplifies management of 11 different database technologies throughout their lifecycle. The new Tesora DBaaS Platform Enterprise Edition 1.5 builds on the extensive list of databases currently supported, adding CouchDB 1.6 and DB2 Express 10.5 databases, as well as an updated database version of Redis 3.0. It also includes new database management features and deeper integration with the OpenStack Horizon dashboard.


Complete Guide to OpenStack Trove Book Now Available

Authored by leading technical contributors to the open source Database as a Service project. The definitive book on the OpenStack Trove database as a service, published by APress, is now available from leading booksellers. The 313-page paperback serves as an introduction to OpenStack Trove, along with detailed descriptions of how to operate noSQL and relational databases in public and private clouds. It also provides an in-depth understanding of the Trove architecture. The authors are Amrith Kumar and Douglas Shelley, both active technical contributors to the Trove project, who work at Tesora Corp.