InterSystems Corporation today announced support for the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) platform. InterSystems specializes in advanced integration, database, and business intelligence technologies for breakthrough applications.
Support for the latest 2010 releases of the InterSystems CACHÉ® high-performance object database and InterSystems Ensemble® rapid integration and development platform is now available on the Amazon EC2 platform with 64-bit Red Hat Enterprise Linux as the guest operating system.
“Our application partners and end-user customers have embraced cloud models and we are supporting their efforts. We recognize the growing importance of cloud-based computing,” said Robert Nagle, InterSystems Vice President of Software Development. “The CACHÉ object database and Ensemble integration platform are used by customers in multiple industries to process large transaction volumes. Now, we’re providing the complete support they require for high-volume processing in the cloud.”
InterSystems CACHE' is a high performance object database that makes applications faster and more scalable. InterSystems Ensemble® is a seamless platform for integration and the development of connectable applications. InterSystems HealthShare™ is a platform that enables the fastest creation of an Electronic Health Record for regional or national health information exchange. InterSystems DeepSee™ is software that makes it possible to embed real-time business intelligence capabilities in transactional applications. InterSystems TrakCare™ is a Web-based healthcare information system that rapidly delivers the benefits of an Electronic Patient Record. For more information, visit InterSystems.com.
InterSystems has enhanced the Caché database with MultiValue
data access. Caché natively supports MultiValue data files and
dictionaries, a MultiValue query language, MultiValue Basic,
PROCs, and more.
Not only do MultiValue applications run on Caché, but the skills
that built those applications can be used throughout the InterSystems
technology stack. MultiValue developers can take advantage of: