This week, Canonical has had the pleasure of announcing that ScaleDB has joined its Charm Partner Program (CPP). Canonical’s CPP helps solution creators make better use of Canonical’s universal application modeling tool, Juju, by enabling the development of instant workloads, integration, and scaling with the click of a mouse. the Juju Charm Store has more than 250 cloud-based applications ready for use in most public and private clouds, as well as metal servers.
ScaleDB provides a connectable storage engine for MariaDB / MySQL which allows you to manage large volume and high speed real-time data transmission series. ScaleDB also includes clustering integrated, allowing melted climbing. On the other hand, it is also used in markets such as IoT (Internet of Things or Internet of Things in Spanish), a market that seems to have a bright future, games, security and networking.
ScaleDB joins Canonical’s CPP
“ScaleDB is a great addition to Canonical’s Charm Partner Program and we’re excited to be a part of it. The Canonical / Juju market exposes ScaleDB to a new group of developers and DBAs that can now handle millions of insertions per second, with simultaneous ad hoc queries. Tom Arthur, CEO of ScaleDB.
On the other hand, Stefan Johannson, Global Director of Software Alliances at Canonical, said that
This allows for a whole new class of high-speed time-series applications. The ability to handle this level of data flow in a SQL database in the cloud is truly amazing. Having this capability in our Charm ecosystem will allow Juju users to create a whole new class of time-series applications.
What do you think of this new arrival at ‘ Charm Partner Program of Canonical?