Wednesday, 03 July 2019 05:51

RavenDB launches managed database service

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Oren Eini: “Our objective is to completely remove all the grunt work associated with acquiring, configuring and maintaining a database." Oren Eini: “Our objective is to completely remove all the grunt work associated with acquiring, configuring and maintaining a database." Supplied

Israel-based database infrastructure solutions provider RavenDB has launched a new RavenDB Cloud managed database service which is available on Microsoft's Azure and Amazon Web Services.

The company said in a statement it expected to provide the service on Google Cloud by the final quarter of the year.

“We are excited to be launching our new RavenDB Cloud service to provide a package that includes everything you need in one box to minimise complexity, maintain high availability and deliver predictability in cost, performance and service,” said Oren Eini, chief executive of RavenDB.

“Our objective is to completely remove all the grunt work associated with acquiring, configuring and maintaining a database so that users can focus more on their application and how it works with their data.”

The statement RavenDB Cloud was able to manage maintenance of hardware servers, installation, configuration, monitoring internals and security for all users worldwide.

Its database cluster is claimed to provide high availability and fault tolerance with nodes in different availability zones using an assignment failover feature.

Included are metrics for measuring each step of indexes and aggregations to deliver cost optimisation. Features like pull replication enable a hybrid on premise-cloud architecture.

RavenDB Cloud runs on smaller machines, enabling top-level performance while provisioning less expensive hardware.

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