immudb, the immutable enterprise-scale database with cryptographic verification and unit of Codenotary, is announcing the release of new connectors that make data tamper-proof—essential for industries such as judicial, auditing, and forensic—which was an otherwise complex process until now, according to the vendor.
immudb, built on a zero-trust model, preserves history so that it cannot be changed; data can be added, but never modified, according to the vendor.
The announced connectors further immudb’s mission toward trusted data, as data can now be extended to and stored inside immudb without risk of tampering. Additionally, cryptographic verification validates data integrity at every transaction, ensuring its dependability.
“Data stored in databases is vulnerable to tampering, but the immudb connectors change all of that so that it’s now possible to store data with trust—knowing its full history to guard against any intrusion,” said Dennis Zimmer, co-founder and chief technology officer at Codenotary, the primary contributor to the immudb project.
Alongside the enterprise’s zero-trust policies, immudb is able to provide high scalability, high availability, and high performance for demanding applications, whether on-premises or in the cloud. It is easily integrable with existing applications, supporting both key-value and SQL. immudb also features support for Amazon’s s3 storage cloud, granting virtually unlimited data storage capacity, according to the vendor.
For more information about immudb’s latest connectors, please visit https://immudb.io/.