HCL Software Releases OneDB, A New Cloud-Native Database for Data-Driven Platforms, from Edge to Cloud
PUBLISHED DATE: Sept. 10, 2020
HCL Software today announced the general availability of OneDB, a dynamic cloud-native, easy-to-use, enterprise database that will accelerate digital transformation within any organization. HCL Software is expanding its product portfolio in response to the changing data demands of its global customer base. The first version of OneDB will be generally available in September 2020, with continuous delivery of innovations thereafter to stay on the leading edge. Outstanding capabilities include:
- Cloud-Native: Deploy OneDB as Docker containers with dynamic Kubernetes orchestration in minutes for applications at the edge, on premises, and on the cloud (public, private, hybrid, or multi-cloud). With 99.999% uptime and unbounded scalability, OneDB delivers unmatched reliability, performance and operational efficiency for a new level of responsiveness that businesses demand.
- Simplified: Automated management and monitoring tools take database administration to the next level, drastically reducing the need for deep technical expertise to achieve operational excellence at lower cost.
- Versatile: One of the most flexible cloud-native databases to hit the market. OneDB powers a variety of data demands and data models, from edge to cloud apps, with a single, integrated datastore. For enterprises just starting a cloud-native journey or those with mature multi-cloud applications, OneDB offers flexibility and ease-of-use to quickly handle multi-model data.
“Cloud-native application architectures have changed the game for enterprise databases. The capabilities and ease-of-use of HCL’s cloud-native database, with a rich set of data models and supported APIs, enables organizations to more quickly execute digital transformation with existing teams,” said Raj Iyer, vice president of project management, HCL Software. “OneDB provides a secure cloud-native database that enterprises can build upon with confidence and certainty.”