ScaleArc software also enables Auto Failover for Structured Query Language (SQL) server. Auto failover is a resource that ensures automatic data switch for the end user in the event of system breakdown. “The amalgamation of SQL server with ScaleArc's software has empowered a strong framework that provides the user with customization options to suit their architecture, availability, and data safety needs,” says Barney. The software eliminates a number of limitations that stand in the way of harnessing a highly resilient SQL server. In addition to this, ScaleArc also generates a sturdy database environment with improved scalability and performance benefits that allows database failover across datacenters, without auxiliary hardware and software resources.
The firm’s database balancing software is built on its patented ‘Ternion’ technology, which is unison of three engines that facilitates application uptime and maximized performance. SQL’s state engine and its dynamic rules work simultaneously to effectively handle queries on behalf of the applications. “Ternion is at the heart of our software's ability to interact seamlessly with such a wide array of SQL databases, enabling resiliency and scalability benefits without any changes to the applications,” states Barney.“We provide software that runs on top of ‘MySQL’ and offer users the ability to run on a distributed data source without having to understand the application.”
Our software creates an agile data tier that provides continuous availability and increased performance for all apps
ScaleArc has positioned itself as ‘future ready’ by effectively offering services like database scalability, cloud migration, automated failover, and SQL server upgrades. In addition to that, the company's zero downtime maintenance features enable a highly reliable way to optimize data traffic flow that occurs due to an increase in the number of servers, consuming more time and additional IT resources. The company's collaboration with Microsoft has paved a success path in catering to several industries like retail, financial services, healthcare and media. As Microsoft’s servers augments to the database needs and scalability as well as load balancing, they hold a unique place in the database domain.
Commenting on the future prospective of the company, “We are planning to invest more into the sales and marketing division of our company,” says Barney. Subsequently, the firm also intends to foresee new ventures through major funding, which will create paths for its global expansion.