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TransLattice Joins Amazon Web Services Partner Network to Provide Geographically Distributed Database that Spans Multiple AWS Regions

Fault-tolerant, Resilient, Geographically Distributed RDMS to Run on Amazon Cloud

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Feb. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- TransLattice, the geographically distributed database and application platform company for enterprise, cloud and hybrid environments, today announced it has received public designation as an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN) Standard Technology Partner. Utilizing the Amazon Web Services' infrastructure, the TransLattice Elastic Database (TED) provides a fault-tolerant, resilient, geographically distributed Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) that has the ability to run in multiple AWS Regions simultaneously.

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TED can be distributed across multiple AWS cloud instances, while appearing to the end-user as one cohesive database. This unique technology enables exceptional database availability and excellent response time.

APN is a network comprised of technology partners with commercial software and Internet services that have built solutions that run on, or are complementary to, AWS.  Now, as an APN member, TransLattice is providing a complete cloud services portfolio that will provide enterprise customers with a fast, flexible and resilient RDBMS.

"We are very excited to provide the TransLattice Elastic Database to AWS customers," said Frank Huerta, CEO and founder of TransLattice. "With TED on AWS, organizations can deliver resilient solutions with like-local performance to users anywhere in the world using a single, easy to manage database that spans multiple geographic locations."

Key Facts:

  • SQL database that spans multiple AWS data centers and availability zones
  • Excellent response time
  • Unparalleled availability

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About TransLattice

TransLattice is the geographically distributed database and application platform company that provides data where and when it is needed, for enterprise, cloud and hybrid environments. This new approach to enterprise and cloud infrastructure results in significantly reduced costs and deployment complexity, while dramatically improving system reliability, scalability and response time. For more information, please visit http://www.TransLattice.com.

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