Cloudant, provider of a globally distributed database-as-a-service (DBaaS), today announced that software development consultancy Release Mobile has built the back end of its business applications on Cloudant’s NoSQL database service running on IBM SoftLayer. Additionally, Release Mobile is using Microsoft Windows Azure to host its application servers.
Release Mobile’s SystemSync application is a data-collection platform architected on top of file-sharing services, including
“When we got to the point where we had to start considering the scalability and distributed nature of our application, we realized that we frankly didn’t want to be managing the database infrastructure for SystemSync,” said Release Mobile CTO
SystemSync's application uses a multiple data center topography. Cloudant runs on infrastructure from IBM SoftLayer that is optimized for back-end systems, while SystemSync's application servers run on
“Cloudant believes in operating an open platform, and we work hard to combine the open source technologies that will create the best data management experience for our customers,” said
For more information on System Sync, visit systemsyncsolutions.com and watch their video. For a free Cloudant account, go to cloudant.com/sign-up to get started.
About Release Mobile
SystemSync is a software solution created by
Cloudant provides the world’s first globally distributed database-as-a-service (DBaaS) for loading, storing, analyzing, and distributing operational application data for developers of large and/or fast-growing Web and mobile applications. Cloudant’s DBaaS is a managed service that helps developers eliminate the delays, costs, and distractions inherent in working with databases and their administrators, while providing unmatched scalability, availability, and performance. This capability accelerates time-to-market and time-to-innovation because it frees developers from the mechanics of data management so they can focus exclusively on creating great applications. Cloudant is privately held and backed by top-tier investors including
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