|By Marketwired .||
|October 23, 2013 12:00 AM EDT||
BARCELONA, SPAIN -- (Marketwired) -- 10/23/13 -- Realtime.co (http://www.realtime.co), creator of the fastest Web 3.0 messaging framework, today announced it will showcase the new Realtime Cloud Storage at the Amazon Web Services Summit in Barcelona on October 24. Realtime Cloud Storage is a backend-as-a-service (BaaS) offering infinite scalability for any web or mobile service. As a managed cloud storage service it runs on solid-state drives and is built to maintain consistent, fast latencies at any scale. For example, by leveraging Realtime's robust, cloud-based framework running on Amazon DynamoDB, Tumblr's real-time chat client, Babblr, can send users real-time notifications within milliseconds when a new message is posted. In addition to Babblr, Realtime's BaaS is currently handling Terabytes of storage using 800 CPU cores in 6 different world regions (18 data centers).
"By leveraging Amazon DynamoDB companies like Realtime are able to give their customers a fast, global, scalable and reliable end user experience. Customers can focus on their business solutions and offload the management of the underlying infrastructure to Realtime and AWS," said Terry Wise, Head of Worldwide Partnerships, Amazon Web Services.
"Today's web-based applications increasingly depend on real-time messaging and database performance so Realtime Messaging and Realtime Storage are the perfect match, all in one API and seamlessly integrated. This enterprise grade API is great news developers, that can again focus on their core business, leaving all the heavy lifting up to Realtime," said Andre Parreira, Founder and CEO, Realtime.co.
Realtime Cloud Storage is a fully managed database service that removes the administrative burden of operating distributed databases while providing seamless scalability. Cloud Storage works on Amazon DynamoDB, a fully managed NoSQL database service that provides fast and predictable performance with seamless scalability. Realtime has over 3,000 global clients, delivering an average of 1.5 messages per second, with a worldwide footprint that surpasses 800 million user-connections every 24 hours.
Realtime is driving innovation back to the web, making the internet's traditional request/response model obsolete and taking the online world to a real-time persistent bi-directional connection experience. This leads to game-changing possibilities in personalized content delivery, advertising, marketing, live collaboration, and e-commerce. Realtime developed the world's fastest pub/sub messaging system -- Realtime Framework and PowerMarketing -- the first real-time integrated marketing solution that acts as an e-commerce engine boosting engagement and conversion. Realtime is owned by Internet Business Technologies (IBT), with offices in the USA, Brazil, UK and Portugal. REALTIME and IBT are part of the Brazilian technology group BRZtech, oriented to developing tech solutions and support tech companies with a future vision. For more information, please visit www.realtime.co or follow @RTWworld on Twitter.
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