ClearDB Named Data Management and Analysis Trend-Setting Product for 2018 by Database Trends and Applications Magazine
DALLAS, Texas – December 11, 2017 – ClearDB, a pioneer in native enterprise cloud database technologies, today announced that Database Trends and Applications magazine (DBTA) has named ClearDB’s database-as-a-service solution to its Data Management and Analysis 2018 list of trend-setting products. The list recognizes products in the marketplace that are both innovative and effective in helping customers address evolving challenges and opportunities.
“ClearDB is honored to be recognized two-years in a row for our innovative technology that helps Developers, DBAs and IT professionals focus on their applications, saving them time, expense and frustration,” said Allen Holmes, ClearDB marketing vice president. “There is a strong bond between the hardware infrastructure and the database, making DBaaS a compelling option for small, medium and enterprise customers. This latest recognition is a testament to ClearDB’s persistent focus on developing accelerated web application development and deployment of native, fully managed MySQL assets on cloud platforms.”
ClearDB’s database-as-a-service solution provisions a database instantly, anywhere in the world, any time. It eliminates the need for ongoing care of the database, letting DBAs spend more time on tasks, which can give applications a competitive edge. ClearDB enables application and business owners to make faster decisions with data assets. It allows migration of MySQL applications (WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, MediaWiki, WooCommerce and others) to the cloud with no interruptions to business applications; and supports .NET, Node.js, PHP, HTML, Python and other developer languages allowing for a more productive, agile and efficient application process.
“Today, more than ever, businesses rely on IT to deliver a competitive edge,” remarked Thomas Hogan, Group Publisher of Database Trends and Applications. “However, it has become very difficult to sift through all the hype and identify products that produce results in the real world. We created this list to do the heavy lifting for readers and point out the products that are really transforming enterprise data management and analysis.”
DBTA honors innovative companies each year as part of its Trend-Setting Products list. The magazine and digital marketing resources reach more than 300,000 information management professionals who evaluate, recommend, and purchase solutions aimed at managing and leveraging enterprise- and organization-wide data assets, both structured and unstructured. Find out more about this year’s list of trend-setting products here.
ClearDB Inc. is a pioneer of cloud-based technologies and solutions that optimize the computing efficiency and utility of any database application. ClearDB cloud services provide customers with SLA-backed guaranteed high availability, accelerated performance, easy administration to deliver unprecedented levels of database reliability, efficiency and simplicity on major cloud platforms and on-premise data centers. With more than 200,000 users worldwide, ClearDB is the largest private MySQLaaS solution provider. Recognized by Frost & Sullivan for product leadership, we are transforming the way database resources are consumed so that IT can focus on innovation and business growth. Learn more at www.cleardb.com.
About Database Trends and Applications
Database Trends and Applications (DBTA), published by Information Today, Inc., is a bi-monthly magazine, delivering advanced trends analysis and case studies in information management developed by a team with 25 years of market coverage experience. Visit DBTA.com for subscription information. DBTA also delivers groundbreaking research of unparalleled depth and foresight exclusively through its Unisphere Research group.
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