TransLattice Launches New Application Platform for Cloud
TransLattice's application platform aims to improve availability and performance of transactional applications for both on-premises and cloud environments, CEO Frank Huerta told eWEEK.Cloud platform newcomer TransLattice, which geographically distributes and accelerates applications for enterprise, cloud and hybrid environments, on July 25 released version 2.0 of its Java-based platform. TransLattice's IP aims to improve availability and performance of transactional applications for both on-premises and cloud environments, CEO Frank Huerta told eWEEK. The package provides resilience, scalability, policy control and compliance-plus increased application performance-to global and mobile users, Huerta said.
"Outages can cost enterprises as much as $5,000 a minute, and they can have an enormous impact on a company's reputation and brand," Huerta said. "TransLattice's goal is to knock 60 to 70 percent off the cost of running global data and applications."
- Provides built-in resilience for Java applications due to the intelligent, distributed placement of data on multiple nodes. If a node failure occurs, the rest of the cluster will be unaffected and users connected to the offline node will be automatically redirected to a working node.
- Delivers elastic throughput and storage capacity, via horizontal scale-out of commodity servers and cloud instances. This reduces the costly overprovisioning of infrastructure and allows organizations to quickly scale to meet changing business requirements.
- Equips organizations to meet varied availability goals and data jurisdiction compliance requirements for both on-premises and cloud deployments through policy controls for redundancy and data location.
- Anticipates users' application needs and makes data available where and when it is needed, improving response time and productivity.
- Costs far less than traditional application infrastructure deployments, while offering superior resilience, greater elasticity and better performance for users.