Sesame Software Awarded Four New Patents for Data Replication and SaaS Disaster Recovery Techniques
Sesame Software, the innovative leader in Enterprise Data Management, announced four new patents awarded in 2020, further cementing its lead in instant data warehouse and SaaS disaster recovery applications.
- 10,838,983 Method of integrating remote databases by automated client scoping of update requests prior to download via a communications network
- 10,812,567 Multi-threaded download with asynchronous writing
- 10,540,237 System and method for procedure for point-in-time recovery of cloud or database data and records in whole or in part
- 10,838,827 System and method for time Parameter Based Database Restoration
The first two patents solidify performance and reliability gains since Sesame’s flagship Relational Junction Data Warehouse Builder first came to market as a bi-directional data warehouse replicator for Salesforce.com users. Since then, Sesame has added support for a wide variety of data sources, including cloud databases and SaaS applications. The current product is between ten to one hundred times faster than the original version, depending on source and target systems and available bandwidth.
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The second two patents describe Relational Junction’s enhanced data recovery capabilities, which will be expanding from Salesforce.com to include many other cloud applications and databases. The data recovery features include a user interface that can search for records by any field or by time range, enabling partial or full recovery of records and their dependent records.
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Sesame’s patent portfolio now includes thirteen awarded patents, ensuring Relational Junction’s uniqueness in the marketplace for instant data warehouses and data recovery of SaaS and on-premise applications and databases.
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