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Altibase, Red Hat collaborate to align In-Memory Database Pioneer with Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Users can experience ALTIBASE HDB CLOUD™, the only True Hybrid database in the world, with Red Hat's industry-leading Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating platform on Amazon Web Services.

NEW YORK, Jan. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Altibase, a top In-Memory database vendor, announced today that it relies on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, the world's leading enterprise Linux platform, for more than 1,200 global deployments, including mission critical applications. The In-Memory database pioneer serves nearly every industry sector, from financial services to utilities, with a client base that includes: Samsung, E*TRADE; Korean Electric Power Corporation; SK Telecom; LG U+; KT; several of the top Japanese Investment banks; and numerous government agencies.

Altibase recently switched its Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud deployment from SUSE to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4. The stability, ease of use and support of Red Hat Enterprise Linux is expected to provide significant benefits to all of Altibase's customers, including Samsung, which utilizes Altibase's In-Memory database for more than 100 million users for its Apps Store user authentication on Amazon EC2.

"The choice to switch from SUSE to Red Hat Enterprise Linux for ALTIBASE HDB CLOUD™ was easy. We developed instances on both operating systems, and found that Red Hat Enterprise Linux's stability, ease of setup, configuration, robust support, and superior out-of-the box features are best-in-class. Altibase's database with Red Hat Enterprise Linux on AWS will enable our customers to utilize what is widely known as the most mature In-Memory database with the leading enterprise Linux operating platform at minimal cost." – Chris Chung, CEO of Altibase Inc.

Altibase has pioneered In-Memory databases and has taken that one giant step further by combining the speed of memory and storage capacity of physical disk in a single database. ALTIBASE HDB™, with True Hybrid architecture is battle-tested with 15 years of mission-critical installations for enterprise clients all over the world. Trusted by more than 500 enterprise clients and thousands of deployments for the most discerning applications and clients, Altibase is synonymous with product maturity, support and wide use case applicability.

"We are pleased that Altibase recognizes the leadership and innovation of Red Hat and have selected Red Hat Enterprise Linux as their foundation of choice.  Red Hat Enterprise Linux offers compelling business value by blending scalability, stability and performance for the enterprise, making it the building block of choice for many organizations seeking to capitalize on the promises of next generation solutions like big data or cloud computing." - Richard Feldmann, Global Director of Financial Services at Red Hat

Until now, enterprises have had to make a choice with their database management systems: speed or size?

With Altibase on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, extreme performance can now be combined with scalability, delivered across one of the world's most stable and secure operating platforms.

Speed. Reliability. Support.

Click here to try ALTIBASE HDB CLOUD™ on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4 and boost your business.

About Altibase:

Altibase is the world leader of In-Memory database solutions, with offices around the globe providing the most robust 24x7 support available. Please email Altibase at [email protected] for more information, or visit our website at http://www.altibase.com.

Red Hat, Red Hat Enterprise Linux is a trademark of Red Hat, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Linux® is the registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the U.S. and other countries.

CONTACT: Jung Nahm, 201-301-8519, [email protected]

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