Toad for Cloud Allows Easy Entry Into Cloud Data Services

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Developers who are eager to get into creating services which access cloud data will be interested in Toad for Cloud Databases, a service designed to simplify cloud database functions including migration, browsing and editing, generating queries and reports and more.

Toad for Cloud Databases supports most of the databases that are in use on the web, including Apache Hive, Apache HBase, Apache Cassandra, MongoDB, Amazon SimpleDB, Microsoft Azure Table Services, Microsoft SQL Azure, as well as any ODBC-enabled relational database, such as Oracle, SQL Server, DB2 and MySQL.

Developers who are eager to get into creating services which access cloud data will be interested in Toad for Cloud Databases, a service designed to simplify cloud database functions including migration, browsing and editing, generating queries and reports and more.

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