For quite some time now, as the OpenStack cloud computing arena has grown, a whole ecosystem of tools is growing along with it. Tesora, familiar to many as the leading contributor to the OpenStack Trove open source project, has focused very heavily on Database-as-a-Service tools for OpenStack deployments. The company has also developed a promising partnership with OpenStack heavy-hitter Mirantis.
Now, Stratoscale, a startup focused on AWS-compatible environments within enterprise data centers, has acquired Tesora. The terms of the deal aren’t announced, but it could take Tesora in new directions.
“Tesora’s team and DBaaS platform augments and enhances Stratoscale’s capabilities in delivering database services for an on-prem AWS region, addressing market demand for managed noSQL, RDS, and adding DynamoDB, ElasticCache and Redshift compatible services that can be easily deployed in any environment. Enterprises and service providers alike trust the Tesora DBaaS platform to offer secure cloud access to the most popular databases through a single consistent interface. The Tesora DBaaS platform includes features that enterprises depend on for self-service provisioning and management of seventeen certified databases, including Oracle, MySQL, MongoDB, Redis, Cassandra, DataStax Enterprise, Couchbase, MariaDB, Percona, PostgresSQL and DB2 Express.
In addition, Stratoscale announced the availability of a fully-managed and AWS-compatible relational database service (RDS), offering a single-click deployment and seamless scalability, while removing operational friction.”
“This acquisition is an important milestone in Stratoscale’s ability to help customers on their journey to the cloud,” said Ariel Maislos, CEO & Founder of Stratoscale. “Organizations want to consume database as a service in a click-of-a-button. Stratoscale is happy to bring Tesora onboard to make this a reality.”
This announcement comes just after Stratoscale announced Symphony 3, the latest generation of Stratoscale’s comprehensive cloud infrastructure software. “Stratoscale Symphony 3 expands its holistic software-defined infrastructure solution and enables customers to implement a hybrid cloud strategy by transforming on-premises infrastructure into an AWS Region,” according to the company.
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