Archive for Month: June 2016

Seattle AWS Meetup Explores Scaling Transactional Workloads on AWS

Clustrix-sponsored event looks at strengths and weaknesses of MySQL replacements San Francisco, CA – Jun 29, 2016 – Clustrix, the MySQL drop-in replacement scale-out RDBMS that’s built for high-concurrency, low-latency workloads, is sponsoring the upcoming AWS Meetup in Seattle, Washington. This event takes place on Monday, July 11 from 6:30 […]

NewSQL: Trying to solve what SQL and NoSQL can’t on their own

  June 29, 2016 | SDTimes NewSQL and NoSQL have similarities and differences. The “right” database choice is all about the use case, as always. Depending on what your company is trying to accomplish, you likely have a mix of SQL and NoSQL solutions. And if you don’t, you likely […]

Employee Spotlight: Director of Product Management Dave Anselmi

At Clustrix, the process of bringing new features to market for our scale-out relational database is always an interesting challenge. As we scope each Release, Sales/Marketing brings Customer expectations and requirements to the table, Engineering brings technical feasibilities, and Product Management brings understanding of the competitive landscape. The challenge is […]

Oracle Cloud: Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss

As the tech giant snatches up cloud companies to offer a branded Oracle cloud solution, observers ask whether or not this approach will fly? Companies that have thrived in the cloud recognize that it’s more than a way to deliver applications. It’s an approach that means freedom to try out […]

Review: ClustrixDB scales out — way out

  June 22, 2016 | InfoWorld By Martin Heller As I was working on my review of DeepSQL I received an inquiry from another company claiming to have a scale-out relational database that can handle large-scale (“Cyber Monday shopping traffic”), write-heavy loads, while maintaining ACID compliance and scaling linearly with […]