Expertly manage your social apps with a scale-out RDBMS that provides linear write and read scale, simply by adding database servers. Our sophisticated relational database solves the scaling limits of MySQL while also providing fully ACID transactional guarantees across all the database servers in your cluster.


Big workloads need scale. Resorting to master/slave, sharding, or other gymnastics to scale your database all have big drawbacks: latency, consistency issues, and ongoing application changes, all of which cost big in time, money, and risk. Scaling with ClustrixDB is much easier. Simply add nodes with a few clicks—no programming or administration required. Our scale-out relational database scales both reads and writes in a near linear fashion far beyond the performance levels of AWS Aurora and MySQL.

    Fault Tolerance

ClustrixDB was built for fault tolerance and high availability. ClustrixDB automatically creates and maintains a minimum of two copies of your data, efficiently distributed across all your cluster’s nodes. Your app will be able to continue operating through all single, and some multiple, node or disk failures. Find comfort in knowing there is zero possibility of your app losing any data with ClustrixDB.


ClustrixDB comes with the benefit of guaranteed ACID transactions. There is no way for our data to become inconsistent. The ability to scale out by adding nodes while maintaining ACID compliance is unique among traditional relational database solutions. Achieve massive scale while retaining complete data accuracy. Don’t believe the other database who compromise on durability but still claim to be ‘fully ACID compliant.’ Examples include NoSQL providers, etc.

     Self Management Tools

Your big data needs management, but you don’t want a DBA to carry that weight on their own. ClustrixDB is designed to be used by developers and programming DBAs and automates most of the operational DBA tasks. ClustrixDB monitors the amount of space available within your cluster and proactively warns of potential capacity issues.