Stratoscale, which provides software-defined cloud infrastructure software, has acquired Cambridge, Mass.-based Tesora, a privately held database-as-a-service (DBaaS) provider.
In addition, Stratoscale announced the availability of a fully-managed and AWS-compatible relational database service (RDS).
According to Stratoscale, 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, Amazon Relational Database Service, and adding DynamoDB, ElasticCache and Redshift compatible services.
The Tesora DBaaS platform includes features that enterprises use for self-service provisioning and management of 17 certified databases, including Oracle, MySQL, MongoDB, Redis, Cassandra, DataStax Enterprise, Couchbase, MariaDB, Percona, PostgresSQL and DB2 Express.
Stratoscale also recently announced Symphony 3, the latest generation of the company’s cloud infrastructure software. Symphony 3 expands its software-defined infrastructure solution and enables customers to implement a hybrid cloud strategy.
For additional product and solutions details, go to www.stratoscale.com.