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CumuLogic On-Premise Database-as-a-Service

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April 2014
Mike Soby, CEO
ON-PREMISE
DATABASE-AS-A-SERVICE

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Key Term Definition
On-Premise Database-as-a-Service:
“Operational automation of database delivery, deployed
behind the fi...

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CumuLogic DBaaS: 4-Click Deployment
•  IOPS
•  Add-on Services:
•  Cache
•  Messaging
•  IaaS
•  Virtualized
environment
•...

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An Amazon RDS- and DynamoDB-like CumuLogic database service, CumuLogic's on-prem DBaaS provides users with a fully managed instance of MySQL, Percona XtraDB, MongoDB and Couchbase database servers *inside the firewall* on any Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) cloud or VM pool.

An Amazon RDS- and DynamoDB-like CumuLogic database service, CumuLogic's on-prem DBaaS provides users with a fully managed instance of MySQL, Percona XtraDB, MongoDB and Couchbase database servers *inside the firewall* on any Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) cloud or VM pool.

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CumuLogic On-Premise Database-as-a-Service

  1. 1. April 2014 Mike Soby, CEO ON-PREMISE DATABASE-AS-A-SERVICE
  2. 2. Key Term Definition On-Premise Database-as-a-Service: “Operational automation of database delivery, deployed behind the firewall, for self-service consumption by enterprise developers and DBAs.” “So, now I can have Amazon RDS inside my firewall? Cool!”- Enterprise IT Executive
  3. 3. CumuLogic DBaaS: 4-Click Deployment •  IOPS •  Add-on Services: •  Cache •  Messaging •  IaaS •  Virtualized environment •  Bare Metal •  VM Pool •  Small •  Medium •  Large •  XL •  MySQL •  Oracle •  MongoDB •  Couchbase •  Cassandra •  MS SQL Pick Database Flavor Pick Database Size Pick Database Performance Pick Infrastructure MongoDB Couchbase Cassandra MySQL IOPS VM Pool
  4. 4. Explosion of collected data from a myriad of sources, social, mobile, CRM, sensor data, etc., creating database sprawl Complexity and cost increasing exponentially as more data sources and flavors are introduced: SQL, MongoDB (document), NoSQL (value-store), Hadoop/BI Dynamic and diverse enterprise infrastructure: compute, storage, etc. now required to support agile business DBaaS Drivers
  5. 5. Advanced Data Services Data Synchronization On-Premise DBaaS Self Service Data Provisioning And Refresh Task Scheduler Data Masking Data Services Automation Data Transformation BareMetal VMPools Backups Restores Autoscaling Self-Healing Monitoring AWS CompatibleClustering Sharding Role-based Access Role-based Quota User Console Developers & DBAs Admin Console IT Ops & DevOps
  6. 6. DBaaS: Value Proposition Enterprises: 1.  DBAs can deliver high quality database services in minutes instead of days or weeks 2.  Lower overall database management costs by 70-90% 3.  Developers get self-service database environments, hence improving productivity 2x and improving time-to-market
  7. 7. Success Story: Large High Tech Vendor Challenge: Self service provisioning of databases to help internal DBA team keep up with demand Solution: CumuLogic DBaaS Result: Deployment of MySQL databases now takes minutes instead of days, reducing backlog of team Requirements: Citrix private cloud and AWS EC2
  8. 8. Success Story: Large European Telco Challenge: Provide Amazon RDS-like DBaaS on OpenStack-powered public cloud Solution: CumuLogic MySQL and Percona-as-a- Service, plus complementary services Result: CumuLogic DBaaS and OpenStack being deployed by HP to deliver complete solution Requirements: Mature and scalable DBaaS managed through Horizon portal
  9. 9. Market Validation CRN’s Top 20 Coolest Cloud Platforms & Development Vendors – Mar 14, 2012 Infoworld’s 9 cloud development platforms on the rise – May 11, 2012 CRN’s The 25 Hottest Tech Releases In July July 27, 2012 CRN’s The Coolest Cloud Startups Of 2012 July 30, 2012 CTOLabs.com Disruptive IT List Jan 15, 2013 CRN’s Top 20 Coolest Cloud Platforms & Development Vendors – Jan 30, 2014
  10. 10. CumuLogic At-a-Glance l  Team with alumni from Sun, Goldman Sachs, CA and Sungard -  Mike Soby, CEO -  Raj Ramchandani, CTO -  Sandeep Patni, VP of Systems -  Chip Childers, VP of Product Strategy l  Advisory board: -  James Gosling (Creator of Java) -  Jnan Dash (Former SVP, Oracle) -  Don Rippert (GM Cloud Strategy, IBM) -  Bill Vass (CEO, Liquid Robotics) l  Seed investors include Citrix Systems and Crunch Fund
  11. 11. THANK YOU! Mike.Soby@CumuLogic.com

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