Clustrix Announces Version 2.0 of its Clustered Database System for Internet-Scale Applications

Clustrix CEO Paul Mikesell to Participate in “Scaling the Database in the Cloud” Panel at Structure 2010

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Jun 23, 2010 - Clustrix, the provider of industry’s first Clustered Database Systems (CDS) for Internet-scale applications, today announced the release of version 2.0 of the Clustrix Series 4000 product family, a highly scalable database solution that addresses infrastructure scalability challenges facing Internet companies, enterprises, and cloud service providers. The new software upgrade adds enhanced performance for key-value store workloads, support for SQL Views and row-based replication (RBR) SQL functionality,   which significantly accelerates replication. Clustrix will exhibit at Structure 2010 in San Francisco (a GigaOM event), and will conduct a live demonstration of its solution  at O’Reilly’s Velocity Web Performance and Operations Conference in Santa Clara, Calif.

The company also announces that Paul Mikesell, its founder and CEO, will be a speaker on the “Scaling the Database in the Cloud” panel at Structure 2010 in San Francisco on June 24 at 8:05 a.m. PT.

About The Clustrix Series 4000 Product Family

Clustrix Series 4000 appliances bring to database administrators the best of both worlds: the high-performance, high-scalability of NoSQL key value stores and the relational, ACID-compliant and robust functionality of SQL while providing drop-in interoperability with the MySQL protocol. The cost savings of utilizing the Clustrix solution are also significant, particularly when compared to the time and expense of application sharding (partitioning).