NuoDB 2.5 Simplifies Database Migration for Technology Companies

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A new release out of the company reports, “NuoDB, the elastic database for cloud-enabled applications, today announced the general availability of NuoDB Release 2.5, as well as significant customer adoption among application providers and independent software vendors (ISVs) in the first half of 2016. ISVs added to the customer roster include BuyWinR, CauseSquare, Docunetix, Paystar, SyncUp, Unifying Solution, and WideOrbit. These and others join NuoDB’s already established roster of software customers, many of whom — such as Dassault Systèmes, Kodiak, and UAE Exchange — have gone into production with new applications since January of this year.”

The release continues, “With this release, NuoDB makes it easier to migrate existing applications off of inflexible, legacy databases and onto NuoDB’s cloud-enabled offering. Specifically, Release 2.5 includes a wealth of SQL enhancements — such as window functions and SQL optimizations — and added capabilities to the management interface to make it even simpler to monitor, manage, and adjust the database. These improvements strengthen NuoDB’s unique ability to support on-premises SQL applications transitioning to a cloud environment. Savvy software vendors with historically on-premises offerings are increasingly diversifying their portfolio to add cloud-based versions of their software. In its most recent report, the Software Equity Group indicated that public software as a service (SaaS) companies grew at 28.5 percent compared to just 7.3 percent for public software companies that primarily offered perpetual, on-premises software.”

Read more at Marketwired.

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