SingleStore Database with IBM Now Available to Empower Customers with a One-Stop Shop
New collaboration with IBM designed to accelerate insights for data-intensive apps, while reducing latencies
SingleStore, the single database for data-intensive applications, today announced the launch of SingleStoreDB with IBM, designed to provide enterprises with a one-stop shop that can empower them to take advantage of SingleStore’s powerful database technology with IBM.
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With acceleration in cloud and AI adoption, many industry leaders are more data driven than ever. Instead of juggling complex multi-vendor data environments, customers can now simplify and unify data tiers with SingleStore and IBM. This subscription-based software, which can be deployed on premises, in private clouds or in public clouds, is designed to enable customers to scale out as needed; enjoy the familiarity of a relational database while being able to handle complex queries for analytics; and process, query and serve near real-time and historic data using a single, multi-model database. Main customer benefits include reduced legacy database and hardware costs, accelerated time to insight with a single database and the ability to quickly run data-intensive reports.
“As the world becomes more service centric, response times will matter more for both new and existing applications. We believe we will witness a massive re-platforming of existing applications in the near future. Our relationship with IBM can help organizations have a solution designed to accelerate their time-to-value and drive improved performance in a frictionless, hybrid, multi-cloud architecture enabled by SingleStore,” said SingleStore CEO Raj Verma.
Through the new collaboration, IBM will offer the purchasing, licensing and support of the SingleStore Database. In addition, clients can work with IBM Expert Labs or IBM Consulting for global deployment support, which can include consulting on individual database technologies and overall data management architectures, including a data fabric.
“Businesses need a data strategy that is designed to support mission-critical applications and fuel advanced analytics and AI,” said Michael Gilfix, Vice President of Product Management for Data & AI, IBM. “The launch of SingleStore Database with IBM is the latest step we’re taking to help clients adopt a data fabric strategy and architecture that can empower them to take advantage of their preferred data management solutions while helping to break down barriers across on-premises, public and private cloud environments, making data management simpler and smarter.”