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At Continuent, we believe high-quality 24/7/365 Support is rare and invaluable. In today’s blog, I’d like to tell a short story about our support because it makes me really proud of my company. Our Support delivering effective solutions in an agile manner is just one of the many benefits of using Tungsten - and it’s cited as one of the main reasons our Customers stick with Continuent year after year.
ProductIP has been a Continuent customer since November 2014 and is sharing its Continuent experience here: from initially setting up their infrastructure in Hong Kong to running a geographically distributed MySQL database replication and clustering environment with Continuent Tungsten, read about their journey with us in this guest post.
Watch the replay of our Geo-Scale MySQL webinar: Guaranteed Global Game Access for Hundreds of Millions of Players Worldwide - Cloud-Based Active/Passive Tungsten MySQL Clusters @ Riot Games.
How to build a multi-region, multi-master MySQL cloud database back- end capable of serving a global, high-volume cloud contact center: this global SaaS provider is a Cloud Contact Center solution provider, who needs to deliver up-to-date data to clients as quickly as possible.
This case study of a global SaaS provider looks at how our customer migrated from Amazon RDS to a truly global, geo-distributed multi-master Tungsten Clustering solution.
This MySQL high availability and disaster recovery use case is based on a customer of ours who is a government-regulated lottery service and who needs 24x7x365 operations as well as be able to perform maintenance without any disruption to their public facing gaming website.
This case study blog discusses a Telco provider that specializes in roaming, i.e. complete connectivity solutions around the world. It is our third ‘multi-primary MySQL’ blog in our Continuent MySQL Case Study series.
For this next ‘multi-master MySQL’ blog in our Continuent MySQL Case Study series, we’re focussing on Financial Services Saas providers.
This next blog in our Continuent MySQL Case Study series is a sub-series on the topic of ‘multi-master MySQL’, in which we cover three multi-master MySQL use cases focusing on e-commerce to start with, financial services and telecommunications.
In this MySQL Case Study blog we look at a customer of ours who were able to grow their SaaS business from tens of customers to thousands of enterprise customers once they achieved continuous MySQL operations with Continuent Tungsten.
This case study blog discusses how one of our customers, a global SaaS provider for e-signature services, who used to run MySQL master/slave clusters, initially using native MySQL replication started using Tungsten Clustering; enabling them to deploy hybrid-cloud MySQL clusters for continuous operations and migration purposes, while preventing lock-in to any specific cloud vendor.