Frank Huerta, CEO, TransLattice, says:

The new version of the TransLattice Elastic Database (TED) can now be deployed on Dell Cloud On Demand. Enterprises around the world are looking to mitigate the risks of outages, data location compliance and vendor lock-in. These enterprises need cost-effective, resilient cloud solutions that bring corporate data closer to remote users, resulting in improved response time for those users. TransLattice’s new version 3.0 of TED effectively solves these issues.

TransLattice has developed the world’s first geographically distributed Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) that enables distribution across multiple Dell Cloud data centers while appearing to the end-user as one cohesive database. Running databases in the cloud, in multiple regions, remote users experience exceptional response time and due to the additional redundancy, the organization achieves unparalleled database availability.

TransLattice Elastic Database 3.0 provides numerous advantages to Dell’s users:
  • Creates a highly available, fault-tolerant database fabric comprised of all-active nodes and capable of being administered from anywhere on the Dell network
  • Positions mission-critical data closer to the edge of the network for improved response time for customers, partners and employees
  • Scales easily by adding nodes on demand with no downtime
  • Spans multiple Dell data centers, enabling global visibility
  • Controls location of data by policy, enabling simple data location compliance
  • Costs far less than traditional SQL databases 

Dell Cloud on Demand is an enterprise-class, multi-tenant public cloud solution that is hosted in Dell’s secured data centers. By deploying TED on the Dell Cloud, multi-national organizations achieve truly distributed and scalable databases for their global applications while minimizing capital and operational expenses. TED 3.0 is the first and only RDBMS to span Dell’s multiple public cloud networks, while retaining the ability to control data location via policy, and acting as one cohesive database to the end user.