San Francisco, Calif - Mar 31, 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 that it will be a Gold sponsor of Imagine Commerce 2016, taking place April 11-13 in Las Vegas. At the event, Clustrix will announce details of their next-generation backend for Magento stores, including its Shadow (re)Indexer feature, exclusively developed for high-volume Magento merchants that will allow them to achieve unprecedented levels of scalability and uptime.
“We’re beyond excited about Magic Johnson’s keynote–he took basketball to a new level, and has also broken impressive new ground in business with Magic Johnson Enterprises,” said Mike Azevedo, CEO, Clustrix. “Similarly, we believe that our new Shadow (re)Indexer will supercharge the performance businesses achieve with their Magento stores–they’ll be able to soar to new heights.”
Powering High-Value, High-transaction Workloads on Magento
Clustrix provides the database backend for companies whose applications handle high-value, high-transaction workloads, and particularly meets the needs of e-commerce companies that are planning for rapid growth, or experience large spikes in seasonal traffic. The company recently demonstrated the performance capabilities of its ClustrixDB database in a benchmark which showed that it can scale indefinitely at peak performance where other databases hit a performance ceiling. In addition to enabling companies to flex their database capacity up or down on-demand, it offers a drop-in MySQL replacement that’s easy to use, yields fewer support tickets, affords more uptime for checkout, allows more catalog updates and can be deployed in any cloud environment or datacenter.
Clustrix, a long time Performance Partner of Magento, has dedicated tremendous resources to ensuring that Magento users are able to achieve maximum value from the platform. “Magento is a powerhouse in terms of features and capabilities, which means that it has to be powered by an equally dynamic database engine,” said Lindsey Anderson, VP of Worldwide Sales. “We’ve got that engine ready for Magento users, and we can’t wait to show it to everyone at Imagine Commerce 2016.”