|By Business Wire||
|March 18, 2014 08:04 AM EDT||
ClearDB, an innovative database-as-a-service (DBaaS) for MySQL-powered applications, today announced that it has entered an OEM agreement with CloudBees, the continuous delivery platform leader, for the ClearDB database solution that provides geographically distributed, highly available MySQL services to the cloud. CloudBees is already providing the ClearDB solution to new customers.
“We considered a number of database options when we started our search for a database partner,” said Andrew Lee, vice president of business development, CloudBees. “We felt that ClearDB offered a powerful, fault-tolerant MySQL database, helping to ensure our customers’ data integrity and enabling them with rich database functionality, including HIPAA compliance.”
“The relationship with CloudBees is a true testimonial of our ability to provide customers ongoing, secure access to their MySQL database,” said Cashton Coleman, founder and CEO of ClearDB. “CloudBees’ customers can now leverage ClearDB without having to change their data, their application or the way their application interacts with MySQL. We transform regular MySQL into a highly available, secure database platform with sub-second failover, geo-distributed data durability, and market-leading reliability with our 100-percent uptime guarantee.”
ClearDB powers highly available MySQL database services for more than 65,000 cloud-based companies worldwide. The ClearDB DBaaS uses a true multi-regional approach to MySQL replication. It keeps its customers connected to their databases even during region-wide cloud service outages. The ClearDB platform is built on top of native, unaltered MySQL in order to work with existing code. For more information, visit www.cleardb.com or www.twitter.com/cleardb.
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