Data is the heart of the user experience, so shouldn’t developers start there? SQLite, NoSQL databases, and abstractions like Neurelo make that far easier to do.
Cloud data API company Neurelo has launched with a 1.0 version of its core product: a database abstraction layer to make distributed scaling easier. This is downplaying what Neurelo can do somewhat, and to understand the value requires understanding the practical reality of how developers work with databases.
Neurelo launches its Cloud Data API Platform, aiming to simplify distributed scaling for developers and revolutionize database management with AI integration.
Data has always been at the heart of every program, and even more so these days as data feeds machine learning and large language models, but connecting to those databases has been a constant struggle for developers.
What if every single read and every single write from your software to your database becomes a standard API purpose-built for your data model?
Working with data is one of the most difficult parts of building and running applications. As cloud ecosystems and developer toolsets increase in complexity, managing data sources remains a significant obstacle to developer productivity.
Neurelo Inc., a startup that has created a cloud-based data application programming interface platform for PostgreSQL, MongoDB and MySQL databases, launched today armed with $5 million in seed funding.
Data connectivity has always been a challenge for developers, but Neurelo, an early stage startup, is changing the game with its innovative solution.
Neurelo, Inc., the Cloud Data API innovator, is emerging from stealth to debut its data access platform designed to solve the layer of issues that exist between the developer-built software and its underlying database.