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Xeround: MySQL Elastic, Always-on Storage Engine for the Cloud

Xeround is a new MySQL storage engine offered as Database-as-a-Service.

What it promises sounds (a bit?) too good to be true (nb this list have been extracted from their site):

  • seamless replacement of existing MySQL database
  • high availability (including schema changes)
  • automatic fault-detection and recovery
  • full consistency with low latency
  • elasticity

What’s the catch?

Original title and link: Xeround: MySQL Elastic, Always-on Storage Engine for the Cloud (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)