Oakland Raiders select TransLattice Elastic Database

By : |November 19, 2013 0

SANTA CLARA, USA: TransLattice announced that the Oakland Raiders have selected its TransLattice Elastic Database (TED), a geographically distributed Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) developed to provide high availability, easy scalability and lower computing costs.

TED is comprised of multiple nodes and is capable of being administered from anywhere on the network with zero downtime. Nodes can be virtual machines, private or public cloud instances, physical hardware or any combination thereof. The Raiders will initially utilize TED in its corporate and offsite data centers.

 As it looks to enhance the team’s data center, the Oakland Raiders’ IT department chose TED to assist the team in ensuring high availability of key systems’ data for football operations.

The Raiders partnered with local startup company TransLattice to assist the franchise in revamping its database operations as well. The organization chose TransLattice for TED’s highly available, fault-tolerant database technology.

TED controls data location through simple-to-configure policies, thereby reducing the need for data federation and streamlining systems management.

Frank Huerta, CEO and co-founder, TransLattice, said: “Organizations across all industries encounter challenges with data accessibility as they try to manage large data sets across the enterprise. TED assists organizations like the Oakland Raiders by providing very high data availability. We look forward to working with the Raiders’ IT staff to improve operations for the entire franchise.”

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