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Company Provides Open Access to Further Extend the Postgres Ecosystem
SANTA CLARA, Calif., May 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- TransLattice, the geographically distributed data management company for enterprise, cloud and hybrid environments, today announced the availability of the release candidate for Postgres-XL, an open source, clustered, parallel SQL database designed for both OLTP and Big Data analytics.
Denis Lussier, founder, chief architect and CEO, OpenSCG said:
"With the additional capabilities that Postgres-XL brings, we will be able to help our customers accomplish their project objectives more completely, securely and quickly than ever before. We are excited to be able to leverage SQL-based options for enterprises that may otherwise look to NoSQL."
Evan Quinn, research director, information management, Enterprise Management Associates, said:
"Postgres ranks as the most widely used open source enterprise-grade database and has been gaining commercial and community momentum despite the rush of non-ACID NoSQL databases. By bringing massively parallel processing to the community, Postgres-XL turns Postgres into a strong candidate for big data analytics with cloud-class scalability and native SQL support."
Michael Lyle, co-founder and executive vice president of engineering, TransLattice said:
"We are excited to work with the Postgres community to provide this cutting-edge distributed database functionality in an open-source form. For the first time ever, organizations can obtain high-performance, parallel analytics and transactional processing from an open, clustered database."
TransLattice provides its customers corporate-wide visibility, dramatically improved system availability, simple scalability and significantly reduced deployment complexity, all while enabling data location compliance. Computing resources are tightly integrated to enable enterprise SQL databases and applications to be spread across an organization as needed, whether on-premise or in the cloud, providing data where and when it is needed. For more information, please visit http://www.TransLattice.com
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