TransLattice Elastic Database (TED)


TransLattice Elastic Database: The world's first Geographically Distributed Database

TransLattice Elastic Database: The world’s first
Geographically Distributed Database

TransLattice Elastic Database (TED) is the world’s first geographically distributed relational SQL database server. TED is built for online transaction processing (OLTP) and supports varying application loads (from small to huge) with high-availability and exceptional performance for remote users. It is a scalable, highly available database management system. TED runs on a high-performance computing fabric built from all-active commodity servers, cloud instances and/or virtual machines, called nodes. All nodes are independent; there is no master, there is no slave.

Built for business

  • 100% SQL
  • ACID Transactions
  • All-active, never fail
  • Easy to administer

Built for control

Built for the cloud

  • Deploy on premise
  • Deploy in any cloud
  • Deploy in multiple clouds
Redundancy and Control

Proactive policy-based controls ensure that data is stored in accordance with established business practices