Visit GenieDB at AWS re: Invent for a Chance to Win!

Posted on November 7, 2013 by GenieDB

Last year’s AWS re: Invent conference was described by many as one of the best technology conferences of 2012. This year, we’re pleased to be a sponsor and exhibitor at the event and will be heading over to Las Vegas from November 12-15.

Visit us at AWS re: Invent, booth #1205, and meet with the GenieDB team. We will be demonstrating our new globally distributed MySQL-as-a-Service, GenieDB’s scalable, DBaaS, which allows organizations of any size to build web-scale applications that gain the benefits of geographic database distribution. GenieDB offers continuous availability during regional cloud outages and better application response times for globally distributed users. 

“Unlike many other database solutions, GenieDB enables developers to meet the challenges of cloud environments without having to give up critical database capabilities or abandoning investments in existing database infrastructure,” said Cary Breese, CEO of GenieDB. “The technology provides an easy-to-use platform that overcomes the difficulties of managing a fully distributed database in the cloud, while allowing organizations to continue to use native MySQL.”

So, stop by our booth and see what we can do for you and your applications!

Enter to Win!

Attendees that sign up for a free trial of the new GenieDB MySQL DBaaS will be entered to win a new 64 GB iPad Air [Note: You must sign up using the promo code provided at the conference]. But wait, there’s more! Want more chances to win? Follow GenieDB on Twitter or tweet about your trial using the hashtag #GenieDB and you’ll double your chances of winning.

Learn more about AWS re: Invent in the video below:

Learn how GenieDB can help your business:

GenieDB’s provides cloud MySQL database-as-a-service that improves database performance with increased availability, fast response time, and is elastically scalable. Database administrative tasks are automated so you can focus on your core business and application development.