MySQL Embedded Database Server Powers ScienceLogic Network Management Meta-Appliances
MySQL AB, developer of the world's most popular open source database, today announced that ScienceLogic, one of the fastest-growing network management companies, relies on the MySQL Embedded Database Server for the demanding data processing and storage needs of its EM7 Meta-Appliances.
In addition to ScienceLogic, customers who have embedded or bundled the MySQL Embedded Database Server include Adobe, Composite Software, Electric Cloud, Nuance Communications, Inc., Openwave Systems, Synopsys, Inc., Tumbleweed Communications Corp., Voltage Security, Inc., Zimbra, Inc. -- and hundreds more.
ScienceLogic provides integrated operations management solutions, delivered as cost-effective and comprehensive “meta-appliances” to help global companies such as Unisys, XM Satellite Radio, and BET Networks manage their large information technology infrastructures. ScienceLogic has tapped the performance and scalability of the MySQL Embedded Database Server -- MySQL's full-featured, low-administration database for ISVs and OEMs -- to process real-time information from thousands of networked devices. With MySQL as its centralized data repository, EM7 Meta-Appliances can provide an entire IT organization with better visibility and control over the performance and availability of their networks, systems and applications.
"EM7 Meta-Appliances put very heavy demands on MySQL -- a current enterprise implementation can manage over 10,000 tables and perform over 200 million queries per day," said David Link, ScienceLogic president and CEO. "The MySQL Embedded Database Server delivers the speed, scale and robust flexibility that EM7 customers require of an enterprise-class solution."
The MySQL Embedded Database Server: Full-featured, Low-Administration Database The MySQL Embedded Database Server is a high-performance database that enables ISVs and OEMs to bring their applications and solutions to market faster. MySQL's small footprint, low administration and support for over 20 platforms gives organizations the flexibility to ship a highly-reliable, SQL-compliant, transactional database with virtually any software application or hardware appliance.
"MySQL is well known as a high-performance enterprise database, but it also serves as the cost-effective, full-featured data processing backbone for a multitude of software and hardware products," said Joe Pendleton, MySQL AB’s vice president of North American OEM Sales. "Vendors such as ScienceLogic can easily integrate or bundle MySQL to deliver the power of an enterprise-class, cross-platform database at an affordable price. These benefits are especially important to ISVs and OEMs in today's competitive environment."