quasardb joins the Charm Partner Programme

Canonical is excited to announce that quasardb has joined the Charm Partner Programme. Canonical’s Charm Partner Programme helps solution providers make best use of Canonical’s universal service modeling tool, Juju; enabling instant workload deployment, integration, and scaling on virtually any public or private cloud, as well as bare metal, at the click of a button. The Juju Charm Store has over 300 cloud based applications ready for use.

quasardb is a a very fast and scalable distributed key-value store used in production in several banks, including Exane Derivatives, an affiliate of BNP Paribas. It scales horizontally and vertically for virtually unlimited capabilities, without any compromise regarding reliability and consistency.

Edouard Alligand, CTO of quasardb, said, “We are very happy to join the Juju ecosystem and are excited to work with Canonical to provide users with the best integration possible. There is a lot of value in deploying instantly a lot of nodes and it fits perfectly with quasardb hot plug’n’play model.”

“We are thrilled to welcome quasardb to our growing Juju ecosystem, and to offer our users a highly scalable key-value database to integrate into their deployments,” said Stefan Johansson, Global Software Alliances Director.

To learn more about Canonical’s partner programmes, including the Charm Partner Programme, please visit http://partners.ubuntu.com/.

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