Cloud DBaaS is the future of database management for the Enterprise

| January 31, 2020

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With on-premise database infrastructure and legacy systems slowly fading; agile, scalable, cost effective database management on the Cloud is taking over. This is because organisations now understand that to adopt to the innovations in database management system (DBMS) they need to move to the Cloud. DBMS on Cloud offers flexible pricing models, no capital expense, better operating expense leveraging the pay-as-you-go model. So, the popularity of Database as a Service is increasing. According to market studies by 2021, Cloud database management system (DBMS) revenue will account for 50% of total DBMS market revenue. By 2023, 75% of all databases will be on a Cloud platform. These trends will have a major impact on the DBMS vendor landscape.

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Intertrust Technologies invents, develops, and delivers technologies for trusted computing, digital privacy, and security among leading global corporations from mobile and CE manufacturers and service providers, to enterprise software platform companies. Intertrust and its subsidiaries are also developing new trusted computing services for vertical markets related to consumer privacy, Internet processing of DNA data, and smart grid. Intertrust actively invests in venture companies that extend its market vision. Portfolio companies include ExpressPlay, Personagraph, Kabuto, whiteCryption, Nest Labs, SyncTV, Kiora, and Planet OS.

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