NuoDB Re-Defines the SQL Database, Launches Container-Native Features

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A new press release reports, “NuoDB, the distributed SQL database company, today announced that the latest version of its database is now available. The release of NuoDB v3.3 further enables the monumental shift that is underway inside enterprise organizations towards container-based environments. By adding key container-native features and availability for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, a Kubernetes and containers application platform, customers can gain flexibility to deploy a leading distributed SQL database into their preferred architecture. NuoDB is now available for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform where it can be actively provisioned, managed and controlled.”

The release goes on, “In the face of an increasingly dynamic set of customer needs and competitive threats, modern application infrastructures – including containers and microservices – are unable to maximize their value when tethered to traditional databases that require heavyweight processes to operate. Built from inception as a distributed database, NuoDB can now deliver container-native benefits to enable application agility, while maintaining the capabilities of a standard, enterprise-class SQL database.”

Jason Dobies, Principal Technical Marketing Manager of Cloud Platforms Partners Ecosystem at Red Hat, commented, “Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform enables Kubernetes, the de facto container orchestration solution, for enterprises looking to embrace the efficiencies of cloud native infrastructures… With the availability of NuoDB for Red Hat OpenShift, customers have the option to select a database that is designed for elastic scalability that works with a comprehensive and flexible platform for teams to build, deploy, and scale applications with containers and Kubernetes, on any cloud.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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