Continuent is the leading provider of database clustering and replication management software, extending existing open source and commercial solutions for additional benefits. Continuent enables enterprises and web companies running mission critical applications, either on-premises or in the cloud, to affordably achieve commercial-grade high availability (HA) and globally redundant disaster recovery (DR) capabilities, for business and revenue continuity.
Continuent’s enterprise customers use MySQL and/or Oracle databases, or want to reduce costs of traditional deployments by leveraging open source solutions. Continuent Tungsten users include many well-known enterprises, such as American Express, Alcatel-Lucent, AstraZeneca, AT&T Wireless, Constant Contact, Department of Homeland Security, EMC2, Financial Times, F-Secure, Juniper Networks, Hearst Magazines UK, Marketo, Olympus USA, Panasonic Europe, Sony Music Entertainment, Telefonica, Thomson Reuters, and Zappos, an Amazon company.
Percona offers Percona Server with TokuDB, including MySQL support and consulting services for users deploying (or migrating to) TokuDB.
Percona makes MySQL and OpenStack faster and more reliable for over 2,000 clients worldwide since 2006. With employees based in countries around the globe which provide 24×7 services to MySQL users worldwide, Percona provides enterprise-grade support, consulting, managed services, and training services to companies such as Cisco Systems, Alcatel-Lucent, Groupon, Time Warner Cable, and the BBC.
For more information visit the Percona Services for TokuDB page.
MariaDB Corporation Ab (formerly SkySQL) is a global software vendor specializing in high availability and high performance MariaDB & MySQL (including the TokuDB® storage engine).
With its head office in Espoo, Finland and team members circling the globe, MariaDB has over 500 customers in more than 30 countries worldwide. Their MariaDB products and professional services bring ease of use and assistance 24/7, while providing an effective way to increase database productivity, reduce downtime, augment existing resources and prevent vendor lock in.