LongJump, a provider of highly customizable, interconnected on-demand business applications, today unveiled application programming interfaces that enable LongJump's platform to deliver a powerful "Database-as-a-Service" (DaaS) offering. LongJump's new DaaS offering enables companies to self-provision relational database access and storage on-demand. Similar to Amazon's S3 on-demand storage service, LongJump gives developers a compelling alternative for housing their web-based applications. LongJump's DaaS provides a complete environment for hosting a web-enabled database that's highly secure while simultaneously cutting the costs and easing the hassles for entrepreneurs and developers who would otherwise have to purchase a database server, provision it, address data access and availability issues, manage backup and replication issues, and tackle security and data protection.
"Businesses want unified web applications that help them manage their critical business information and processes with increased team communication and collaboration," said Pankaj Malviya, LongJump's founder and CEO. "LongJump's Database-as-a-Service makes it possible for businesses to access secure, customizable, and fully functional business applications that are highly affordable. LongJump's Database-as-a-Service is the next step along our vision to enable dynamic business applications." Full Article at Reuters
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