(The Hosting News) – enStratus announced today that it has added support for the new Amazon RDS for Oracle Database service that launched earlier this week.
Amazon RDS for Oracle Database adds Oracle database as a service offerings to the existing MySQL offerings. With the enStratus announcement, customers can now leverage Oracle RDS instances in enStratus and manage along with the cloud infrastructure from AWS and other public and private clouds.
Customers select either the included license option or a “bring your own license” option. enStratus then instructs AWS to provision the new Oracle instance and it is reflected in the enStratus console. Customers can then leverage all of your normal Oracle tools to interact with their Oracle instance, as well as control network access through enStratus.
By including an Oracle RDS instance in an enStratus automated deployment, customers will gain additional powerful capabilities. Applications managed by enStratus can be configured to point to a data source in an Oracle RDS instance. enStratus will automatically configure those applications to talk to Oracle and configure the network rules for the communications to occur.
enStratus support for this new service is available immediately. For more information, call +1-612-746-3091 or visit http://www.enstratus.com.
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enStratus™ is a cloud infrastructure management solution for deploying and managing enterprise-class applications in public, private and hybrid clouds. enStratus has a multi-cloud architecture that provides security, reliability and cloud independence.
We deliver governance for the cloud through a patent-pending security architecture and a powerful management console across all leading public and private clouds including Amazon Web Services, AT&T Synaptic Storage, Cloud.com, CloudSigma, EMC Atmos, Eucalyptus, Google Storage, GoGrid, OpenStack, Rackspace, ReliaCloud, ServerExpress, Terremark, VMware and Windows Azure.
Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, enStratus serves hundreds of organizations worldwide including Korea’s largest telecom provider KT, SAIC, Predictix, Quantum Retail and The Cloud Security Alliance.