NuoDB, the distributed SQL database company, is improving its database with new container-native features. The release of NuoDB v3.3 adds the availability for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, a Kubernetes and containers application platform.
Customers will now gain the flexibility to deploy a 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.
“Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform enables Kubernetes, the de facto container orchestration solution, for enterprises looking to embrace the efficiencies of cloud native infrastructures,” said Jason Dobies, Principal Technical Marketing Manager, Cloud Platforms Partners Ecosystem, Red Hat. “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.”
For Red Hat customers, with NuoDB now available for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, organizations embracing a DevOps rapid deployment strategy now have access to a distributed SQL database that enables the scale of critical applications with its cloud-native design.
Additionally, Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform users can view database performance metrics in real-time to understand current usage levels and impact of changes as they occur.
“Scalability, flexibility, and cloud-native are terms that historically were not associated with database technology. Today, that notion is changing rapidly due in part to the traction of distributed SQL database platforms such as ours,” said Bob Walmsley, president and CEO of NuoDB. “Our growing global team has never been more committed to helping our enterprise customers achieve the modern data management architecture they so desperately need to succeed, and we are thrilled to be recognized for our ongoing efforts.”
For more information about this update, visit www.nuodb.com.