GenieDB provides cloud MySQL Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) to help you easily deploy MySQL database quickly, securely, and at a low cost, so you can instantly get your web applications running on the cloud. GenieDB’s DBaaS uses multi-master replication and multi-regional distribution on multiple cloud infrastructures (Amazon AWS, HP Cloud, Rackspace Cloud, and Google Cloud) to help reduce latency, eliminate downtime, and easily scale your database.
Today more and more application users are distributed around the world and demand continuous availability and fast response times, results that can only be achieved by the distribution of data across geographical regions. The largest web enterprises are spending millions of dollars architecting customized solutions in order to meet these increasing demands. GenieDB provides mainstream SMB's a readily accessible and affordable solution for geographical scale-out.
By dramatically simplifying the migration of SMB's into geographically distributed cloud-based infrastructures, GenieDB brings global scalability to the mainstream. GenieDB's innovative and patent-pending approach automates and optimizes how data consistency, replication and synchronization is managed across global networks and clouds, providing continuous availability and local database performance on a global scale.
GenieDB is the earliest stage company to present at Under The Radar and Oracle Open World 2010, and was nominated and recognized as a "Start-up to Watch" at Structure 2011. GenieDB is headquartered in San Juan Capistrano, California.
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|Aug 5, 2013||TechCrunch - GenieDB’s New Distributed Database Service Addresses Coming NSA Fallout Over Failed Data Protection|
|Jan 15, 2013||Gigaom - Upstart NuoDB paints picture of database nirvana for the cloud era|
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