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The OpenStack cloud operating system includes Trove, a database abstraction layer
By: Liz McMillan
Sep. 22, 2015 09:00 PM
OpenStack Trove and DBaaS API: Impedance Match?
The OpenStack cloud operating system includes Trove, a database abstraction layer. Rather than applications connecting directly to a specific type of database, they connect to Trove, which in turn connects to one or more specific databases. One target database is Postgres Plus Cloud Database, which includes its own RESTful API. Trove was originally developed around MySQL, whose interfaces are significantly less complicated than those of the Postgres cloud database.
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In their session at 16th Cloud Expo, Fred Dalrymple, product manager for EnterpriseDB's Postgres Plus Cloud Database, and Amrith Kumar, Founder and CTO of Tesora, addressed the issues encountered in using Trove to abstract a complicated cloud database, including gaining access to database functionality not native in the standard abstraction, providing portability for the database interface into non-OpenStack contexts, and preventing the database from being commoditized by abstraction.
Fred has also held management, marketing, and professional services roles at PerotSystems, Red Hat, the Gilbane Group, the Open Software Foundation, Bell Laboratories, and many startups. His current passions include Cloud technologies, information findability and interoperability, open source, and agile development. Fred holds BA and MS degrees in Computer Science and a BA in Philosophy.
Amrith Kumar brings more than two decades of experience delivering industry-leading products for companies specializing in enterprise storage applications, fault tolerant high performance systems and massively parallel databases to Tesora, which he co-founded.
Amrith studied mathematics at the University of Madras (India) and management at the Indian Institute of Management.
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