SANTA CLARA, Calif. July 25, 2011
$5,000 Frank Huerta
Built on the groundbreaking Lattice Computing architecture, which enables globally distributed deployment of enterprise applications, TransLattice’s offering demonstrates a dramatic departure from the centralized application stack model, which has become increasingly complicated, cumbersome and costly. Traditional installations use many layers of infrastructure, requiring significant integration work; this complexity makes it difficult to achieve high levels of availability. These centralized deployments are vulnerable to outages that can bring an organization’s applications down for hours or even days. In contrast, the geographically distributed TransLattice Application Platform architecture ensures that organizations can deliver consistently available applications and data, leveraging resources either on-premises, in the cloud or both.
At the heart of the TransLattice Application Platform is the world’s first geographically distributed relational database, enabling resilient and scalable deployment of transactional applications while providing familiar ACID semantics. The database, application server, load balancing and storage are all tightly integrated and combined onto a node — either a x86-based appliance or a cloud instance. Nodes may be deployed wherever an organization needs them around the world.
The TransLattice Application Platform:
- Provides superior built-in resilience for Java applications due to the intelligent, distributed placement of data on multiple nodes. If a node failure occurs, the rest of the cluster is unaffected and users connected to the offline node will be automatically redirected to a working node.
- Intrinsically delivers elastic throughput and storage capacity, via horizontal scale-out of commodity servers and cloud instances. This reduces the costly over-provisioning of infrastructure and allows organizations to quickly scale to meet changing business requirements.
- Simplifies the migration of enterprise applications to cloud environments with no architectural changes required.
- Equips organizations to meet varied availability goals and data jurisdiction compliance requirements for both on-premises and cloud deployments through policy controls for redundancy and data location.
- Anticipates users’ application needs and makes data available where and when it is needed, improving response time and productivity.
- Costs far less than traditional application infrastructure deployments, while offering superior resilience, greater elasticity and better performance for users.
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