Global collaboration software specialist PLC () said Fusion, its patented Big Data and cloud solution, has adopted software giant ’s maximum availability architecture (MAA).
MAA is Oracle’s blueprint for the provision of a high availability service. WANdisco’s Fusion was verified as an enterprise-grade solution that is able to meet Oracle's MAA best practices guidelines.
In practical terms, this gives Oracle Big Data Appliance and Oracle Big Data Cloud Service customers the assurance that they will be able to continuously replicate selected data at scale between multiple Big Data and Cloud environments using Fusion, irrespective of where data is sucked in or amended.
"Today's announcement is strategically pivotal in the development of our relationship with Oracle. The adoption of Oracle's MAA best practices with Fusion has the potential to add significant sales momentum to our existing channel partnership,” said David Richards, chief executive officer and co-founder of WANdisco.
"After extensive testing, WANdisco Fusion was found to be the only solution to enable Oracle customers to meet strict service level agreements across Big Data and Cloud deployments. This further validates the unique capability of our technology to move continuously changing data at scale with no business disruption," Richards added.
Shares in WANdisco were up 4.9% at 535p in mid-morning trading, and are up 170% year-to-date.