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RavenDB on the Cloud

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About 3 years ago, RavenDB launched as 1.0 release. A few weeks ago, we had our 2.0 release.

And now… well, it is with great pleasure that I can announce that we now have an additional RavenDB as a Service provider, in addition to RavenHQ. there is also Cloud Bird.

You can get hosted RavenDB (both 1.0 and 2.0), directly or via AppHarbor (if you are already using it).

This is very exciting, and I am very happy to see 3rd parties coming into the RavenDB eco system and offering a easy way for you to get up and running with basically no effort.

And just to clear things up, because I get it a lot. Both RavenHQ and CloudBird are separate companies, they aren’t subsidiaries of Hibernating Rhinos and while we obviously worked closely with both to get this offering out, they are distinct from us. This is mainly an attempt to stop getting “My DB says it is too big, what happened” emails from landing in my mailbox.

Go and try it right now, you can sign up for a free database in just a few seconds…

 

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