Wednesday, February 12, 2014

CumuLogic Announces New Platform Release with Enhancements for Mission Critical Enterprise Applications in Hybrid Clouds [feedly]

CumuLogic Announces New Platform Release with Enhancements for Mission Critical Enterprise Applications in Hybrid Clouds
// Build AWS-compatible Private Clouds with CumuLogic

New platform supports highly available databases, including Oracle Database 11g, Percona XtraDB, Couchbase and IBM WebSphere MQ.

Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) February 12, 2014

CumuLogic, the leading innovator in cloud platform technologies, today announced the immediate availability of the Eagle (2.10) release of its cloud services platform, providing enhancements to support mission critical enterprise applications. Enterprise customers are looking for ways to migrate or deploy applications on hybrid clouds and the CumuLogic platform makes it a breeze to do so.

The CumuLogic platform transforms IT infrastructure to next generation cloud architecture, greatly simplifying application deployment and provideing a self-service portal for IT Ops and application developers. By adding support for commercial databases, such as Oracle 11g and a highly available SQL database, such as Percona XtraDB, enterprises can now migrate existing mission critical applications to the cloud. With support for NoSQL databases, including MongoDB and Couchbase, CumuLogic enables development and deployment of big data applications on hybrid clouds.

New technologies in the new platform release include:

  • Oracle Database 11g in the CumuLogic Elastic WebStack (PaaS)
  • Percona XtraDB in the CumuLogic SQL Database Service
  • Couchbase in the CumuLogic NoSQL Database Service
  • RabbitMQ and IBM WebSphere MQ message busses in the CumuLogic Message Queue Service

CumuLogic can help Fortune 500 customers reduce time-to-value, empowering application developers to provision databases on demand in just minutes, hence improving developer productivity. The CumuLogic platform can manage thousands of databases to perform ongoing maintenance tasks, such as updating database software, taking database backups for point-in-time recovery, and monitoring performance and capacity of deployed instances.

"We are excited to partner with CumuLogic to deliver a seamless private cloud user experience for enterprises," said Chris C. Kemp, co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Nebula. "Enterprise users now have an integrated, turnkey IaaS from Nebula and cloud services environment from CumuLogic to support mission critical enterprise workloads."

"For organizations like CloudCentral that deliver production-quality, self-service clouds to software developers, enterprise and government customers, CumuLogic's new Eagle release delivers efficient, limitless scale and rapid deployment of applications," said Kristoffer Sheather, Founder and CEO at CloudCentral. "As a result, CloudCentral's customers can quickly and easily access services like DBaaS and Elastic WebStack that come automatically with production SLAs."

"The Eagle release of the CumuLogic Cloud Services platform is a significant step for enterprises to easily offer high-value services to their users. With the inclusion of new database engines, enhanced availability features, and the addition of Messaging-as-a-Service, we are making it easy for clouds to move from IaaS to IaaS+." Said Mike Soby, CEO and President at CumuLogic.

The Eagle release is available for download at and via selected partners, including Nebula and CloudCentral. To test drive it, you can register at, or if you're based in Australia, please visit

About CumuLogic
CumuLogic is a software provider that enables enterprises and Cloud Providers to develop and deploy applications in public, private and hybrid cloud environments. CumuLogic is redefining "upstack cloud services" to include individual modules, including SQL and NoSQL Database-as-a-Service, Elastic Cache, Elastic Load Balancer and more. For more information, visit

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Laura Ventura
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