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AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS, Oct 14, 2015 – Query Technology today announced a partnership with IBM that brings the power of TinyQueries to the IBM Cloud marketplace. Starting today, IBM clients can sign up for the free trial to discover and learn about TinyQueries.
TinyQueries is a tool for developers and data-scientists to generate reports out of complex databases. Using traditional methods generating these reports can be very hard: you either have to write complex queries or you have to use a framework which is simple to use but which slows down the process dramatically. With TinyQueries you get the best of both worlds: it’s fast and simple to use. Research which has been carried out by the Vrije Universiteit in the Netherlands as part of the Greening The Cloud project has shown that TinyQueries is significantly faster than traditional database frameworks and contributes to a better energy footprint of software.
The IBM Cloud marketplace offers clients access to more than 250 SaaS applications, IBM's BluemixTM platform-as-a-service with its suite of composable services, the powerful SoftLayer infrastructure-as- a-service and IBM's rich intellectual capital and deep industry expertise. This single online destination with a suite of cloud services delivers a new buying experience for clients that enables line of business professionals to deploy new services faster; allows developers to build them with greater speed; and offers IT departments more creative, efficient and lower-cost ways to deliver these services.
To learn more about leveraging TinyQueries in the IBM Cloud marketplace and to get started, visit ibm.com/cloud/marketplace.
To learn more about TinyQueries and its application areas, visit http://tinyqueries.com.
About Query Technology
Query Technology is a Dutch software company specialized in creating fast, efficient software. Query Technology participates in the Greening the Cloud project – a collaboration between universities and companies in the Netherlands aiming to lower the energy footprint of software. The office is located at Rockstart Amsterdam – home of many promising tech start-ups.