CumuLogic, a software provider that enables enterprises and cloud hosting providers to deploy Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) functionality on any infrastructure, has announced that its DBaaS platform now supports OpenStack’s latest release, Icehouse.
The move will increase underlying infrastructure choices for developers and organizations using the CumuLogic DBaaS platform, bringing Amazon RDS-compatible DBaaS workloads to OpenStack Icehouse users. With this integration in place, OpenStack users can now rely on CumuLogic’s DBaaS to deliver production-ready database services to their applications in private cloud, public cloud hosting and hybrid cloud environments.
“Offering Database-as-a-Service is absolutely key to being successful with a cloud environment,” said Michael Basnight, Principal Engineer at Rackspace and former PTL of OpenStack Trove. “Users have come to expect self-service, scalable and fully managed database services from their Cloud Providers. Adding support for OpenStack’s Icehouse release will allow CumuLogic’s customers to quickly implement DBaaS in their private cloud environment.”
Backed by a global community with more than 15,900 individual members and 347 supporting organizations across 137 countries, OpenStack is an open source cloud operating system for public cloud hosting and private cloud environments.
“By adding support for OpenStack Icehouse, CumuLogic’s DBaaS platform offers its users a powerful option for deploying MongoDB in a fully automated manner inside the firewall,” said Matt Asay, VP of Business Development and Marketing at MongoDB. “We are pleased to be working with CumuLogic to help further simplify the developer experience through self-service and highly scalable MongoDB provisioning services.”