2014 has been an exciting year for Attunity and our blog. Across our product lines, we had great response to our blog posts and we appreciate the comments and feedback. We’d like to take this time to thank all the folks – who in addition to their very busy day jobs – took the time to write for our blog – including our terrific industry expert guest bloggers. And, thank you for being such a wonderful blog audience.
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Q: Why do cloud computing customers love Amazon RDS (http://aws.amazon.com/rds)?
A: Amazon RDS is offered at a low cost, provides high performance, and requires minimal administrative overhead.
We have been out on the road attending tradeshows and visiting customers so often over the last 6 weeks that the team sometimes feels we need to replicate ourselves! One of the shows we had the pleasure of taking part in this April was the Percona Live: MySQL Conference & Expo where we got to rub elbows with this closely connected and passionate community as we launched Replicate 3.1 with its new ability to support MySQL.
The MySQL is widely labelled as the "world's most popular" open source database due to its high performance, high reliability and ease of use. For Facebook, Google, Adobe, Alcatel Lucent and Zappos it is used to run what are specifically called out as "high volume web sites" as well as the firms' business-critical systems.
After a long winter in Boston, I am relishing the gradual turn to spring. Whether it is opening day at Fenway, the first use of the grill, or the blooming of the crocuses, it is all a harbinger of good things to come. This includes an annual trip out to Santa Clara to the Percona Live: MySQL show, to see familiar faces, hear about new developments, and of course, my annual indulgence in enchiladas at Pedro’s (thanks again Pythian)!