Orchestrate Announces New Enterprise Multimodel Database Service and Updated Pricing

Last week, Orchestrate announced the addition of geospatial search to its database service, allowing developers to build Web, mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) applications that utilize a complete database and data processing solution. Orchestrate has just announced the availability of the new multimodel database service portfolio for enterprises. Enterprises can use the new Orchestrate enterprise service and the Orchestrate.io API to rapidly build highly scalable enterprise applications.


The new Orchestrate enterprise service provides a variety of features, including the following:

  • Multiple data models Lucene search, time-series events, geospatial, and graph queries
  • JSON document DB Store and retrieve JSON objects in key/value collections
  • Public or private cloud Private cloud deployments and dedicated clusters on any cloud
  • Seamless scalability Scale from prototype to production with the same code, from prototype to tens of thousands of requests per second
  • Simple Integration Eliminate the complexity of combining multiple data models in production, and integrate easily with existing infrastructure
  • SLAs and warranty Orchestrate offers a 99.95% SLA for all paid accounts, along with warranties and indemnification for Enterprise and Dedicated accounts

More and more enterprise IT departments are looking for ways to meet the requirements of IoT applications. Companies such as cloud cost management Platform Cloudability, an Orchestrate customer, are using Orchestrate's all-in-one database service for R&D and prototyping as well as production applications.

"We began using Orchestrate for R&D and prototyping since we could be up and running almost immediately, as opposed to alternative databases that would have taken us weeks to set up," Cloudability CEO Mat Ellis said. "It didn’t take long for us to realize the huge potential of Orchestrate for other production applications. We’re actively moving other projects for other databases to Orchestrate and couldn’t be happier with its performance, usability and cost."

Many types of companies are using the Orchestrate platform to build a variety of applications, including e-commerce, IoT, software-as-a-service and mobile. Orchestrate customers include Rovio, Evident.io and Cargo. AI. We reached out to Antony Falco, CEO of Orchestrate, who told ProgrammableWeb:

With private cloud and dedicated deployments, our enterprise customers can ensure the highest levels of control over their data while taking full advantage of an API that shortens development times and saves money. Built using proven NoSQL databases like HBase and Elasticsearch, enterprises can trust Orchestrate isn't just easy to use but fast, reliable and scalable to meet their expanding storage needs.

In addition to the launch of the Orchestrate Enterprise service, the company has also announced updates to its subscription tiers and pricing. "Our new pricing tiers reflect the high value of our service, yet can’t be beat on the total cost of ownership to the customer." said Falco. "We're happy to be able to offer more features and querying capabilities than any database on the market, with a total savings of anywhere from 50% to 90%."

For more information about the Orchestrate Enterprise service and updated pricing, visit Orchestrate.io.

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