Archive for Month: September 2016

Don’t Take Database Scalability in the Cloud for Granted

  September 16, 2016 | Virtual Strategy Companies often leverage the cloud because of its promise of agility. The ability to flex an application up or down according to need by merely adding or subtracting server nodes allows companies to benefit from economies of scale. By essentially “renting” computing power […]

Information Superhighway or Super Traffic Jam? Introducing ClustrixDB 8.0

When the automobile was first invented, traffic jams were unheard of. But, as more automobiles populated the roads, outdated road infrastructures couldn’t handle increased congestion and traffic slowed. The same thing has happened with the internet. As people increasingly got online, issues of internet speeds and bandwidth abounded. Today however, […]

Migrating Your Database to the Cloud? Look Beyond MySQL

  September 15, 2016 | @CloudExpo Companies are migrating infrastructure to the cloud in order to achieve advantages and agility that they need to remain competitive. However, they may have difficulty achieving one extremely important benefit of cloud computing as they attempt to run their MySQL databases in the cloud […]

Clustrix Enhances Performance, Ease-of-Use and Security of MySQL-Replacement Database

ClustrixDB 8.0 Integrates In-Memory Processing, Containerization, AES 256-bit Encryption San Francisco, Calif. – Sep 13, 2016 – Clustrix, provider of the first scale-out database designed for the elastic scaling requirements of high-transaction, high-value workloads of today’s Web applications, announced the availability of version 8.0 of its software. Designed to help […]

A Brawl is Brewing! How To Stay Neutral as Tech Giants Prepare to Take on AWS for Top Cloud Provider Spot

Race to the Cloud: Cloud Computing When it comes to what may be the most important business resource of the 21st century–cloud services–there can be no doubt that AWS is clearly dominating the market. Everyone else is years behind in functionality, ease-of-use and price, and for many if not most […]