Severalnines in the News

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Severalnines and Percona team up on MongoDB server

December 17, 2015

By Clare Hopping | CloudPro 

Severalnines and Percona have joined forces to offer ClusterControl for Percona Server for MongoDB, meaning customers can realise the benefits of Severalnines' ClusterControl for deploying, monitoring, managing and scaling their NoSQL database infrastructure on Percona's Server for MongoDB. Read the full story.

ClusterControl brings MongoDB into the fold for database management simplicity

December 17, 2015

By James Nunns | Computer Business Review

ClusterControl for Percona Server for MongoDB will support both on-premise and Amazon Web Services deployments, so that users will have flexibility in their deployments. Read the full story here.

Percona et Severalnines Élargissent leur Partenariat pour Inclure MongoDB

December 17, 2015


Percona, la société qui offre des solutions et services de classe Enterprise pour MySQL® et MongoDB®, annonce aujourd'hui l'élargissement de son partenariat avec Severalnines pour proposer ClusterControl pour Percona Server pour MongoDB, permettant ainsi aux abonnés du Support Percona pour MongoDB, d'accéder aux solutions avancées de déploiement, de surveillance, de gestion et d'évolution de Severalnines. Lire la news.

Percona und Severalnines erweitern Partnerschaft um MongoDB zu umfassen

December 17, 2015

By Unternehmen Heute

Severalnines ClusterControl unterstützt Unternehmen bei der Bereitstellung, Überwachung, Verwaltung und Skalierung von Percona Server für MongoDB. Hier die gesamte Meldung lesen.

Percona and Severalnines expand partnership to Include MongoDB

December 17, 2015

The combination of Percona Server for MongoDB and Severalnines ClusterControl enables businesses to automate the deployment, monitoring, managing and scaling a of a NoSQL database infrastructure. Read the full story in Cloud Computing Intelligence.

Data, the lifeblood of the scientific experiment

December 07, 2015

By Vinay Joosery | The Stack

The European Gravitational Observatory, which is part of a community of 19 different laboratories, is trying to determine the existence of gravitational waves, theorised by Albert Einstein. They implemented clustering technology to protect the data in case of a database outage but to also make it easier to share the data it has collected for the purpose of analysis by the other research teams. Read the full article.

Severalnines aims for the stars with EGO boost

November 24, 2015

The Virgo experiment into the proof of Einstein’s Gravitational Waves required a solution capable of handling six terabytes of data every day and chose Severalnines. Read the full story in Cloud Computing Intelligence

The UK’s top 50 data leaders and influencers

October 20, 2015

By Ben Rossi | Information Age

28. Vinay Joosery, Founder and CEO, Severalnines. Very strong on product and technical development of open-source databases, Vinay has helped global and UK businesses like BT, AutoTrader Group and Ping Identity to scale, manage and develop cloud operations. Read the full article.

How open-source MySQL keeps Eurovision live

September 03, 2015

By Ben Rossi | Information Age

The European Broadcasting Union, one of the world’s largest broadcasting networks and the organisation behind the Eurovision Song Contest, has sought help to manage the open-source MySQL databases that power its online video and audio streaming services. Read the full article here.

How open source will power tomorrow’s tech unicorns

August 27, 2015

Information Age | Sourced by Vinay Joosery

SnapChat, AirBnB and Xiaomi and end-user companies are the most likely candidates to be in with a chance of achieving unicorn status, due to their wider user and customer base. However, popular these companies are with their easy to use apps, they all need to incorporate secure, reliable and robust databases to perform. Could this mean high-quality, low-cost open source databases will be the engines that drive future technology businesses? Read the full story: