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New Euro Partnership offers safe-haven from US Patriot Act
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New Euro Partnership offers safe-haven from US Patriot Act
Severalnines and City Network launch first fully European ‘Database as a Service’

STOCKHOLM and LONDON, 23rd November -Severalnines, provider of automation and management software for cloud database platforms, and City Network, the ‘data center in a browser’ company have announced the first fully European Database as a Service (DBaaS) solution - in beta form. The City Cloud Database Service is based and operated by companies in the European Union - offering European customers full compliance with EU Directive on Data Protection 95/46/EC and a safe haven from the reaches of the US Patriot Act.

EU customers can now benefit from the


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MySQL Clusters in the Cloud with Severalnines on OpenShift
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A blog post on how to deploy a sample JBoss application on OpenShift Flex - using a highly available, scalable backend that leverages MySQL Cluster

The Severalnines team has been busy during the summer months and as result, we have included OpenShift Flex support to our Severalnines Configurator (amongst other things). OpenShift, a Platform-as-a-Service operated by Red Hat, allows developers to develop and manage applications in the cloud. It is now possible to configure a clustered MySQL database for cloud services running on OpenShift. This brings high-availability and scalability at both the application and database layers.

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