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AIS Partners TmaxSoft to Offer Database-as-a-Service on PaaS Cloud for Enterprise Customers

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Advanced Info Services (AIS), the number one mobile operator in Thailand has partnered with TmaxSoft  to extend its services from the existing IaaS to PaaS offering.

Under the agreement, TmaxSoft will work with AIS to support Thai businesses with cloud service for PaaS to gain more competitiveness in a highly secure and scalable relational database management system (RDBMS) for enterprises that want to fully leverage their mission-critical data in a secured and cost-effective manner. 

TmaxSoft’s Tibero Database on AIS Cloud is aimed to support traditional and data-sensitive sectors such as the government, banking, education, healthcare and manufacturing who are facing challenges in maintaining a database in the country.

In a world where data is at the core of everything, Tibero provides an enhanced view of processing, managing and securing large-scale databases with a flexible licensing model that is compatible with other RDBMS. Furthermore, a competitive pricing model allows enterprises to bring in their own licenses onto the cloud or adopt subscription on monthly and yearly contracts.

Extending cloud services from IaaS to PaaS enables enterprises in Thailand to enjoy significant benefits. With database and middleware being the key platforms of PaaS, enterprises no longer need to pay an expensive fee to acquire a database separately. In addition, enterprises can enjoy cloud services with minimum investments. As the service is based on the pay-per-usage model, no upfront investment on usage license is required. Furthermore, this model provides flexibility to enterprises to scale up or down on the usage that fits the business’ size.

Sirinuch Sararuch, Country Manager & CEO, TmaxSoft Thailand
We are proud to have this opportunity to collaborate with AIS on offering Database-as-a-Service to Thai businesses and we believe that with AIS’s strong local knowledge and support, we can become the trusted partner for local enterprises and application developers when it comes to cloud services.

Asnee Wipatawate, VP Enterprise Product and International Service, AIS 
We are seeing the increasing demand of PaaS in Thailand, but most global players don’t have a database presence in Thailand to ensure local customers’ data privacy is maintained and they have full control of their data. To address this gap and to strengthen our leading position in the telecommunications sector, we are delighted to partner with TmaxSoft to launch the first local PaaS in the APAC region to cater to local needs.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

For tips and feedback, email Ray at ray.sharma(at)thefastmode.com, or reach him on LinkedIn, Facebook 

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