Archive for Month: November 2012

Getting in Touch with Ruby on Rails Developers at RubyConf 2012

  As an applications engineer, I work to understand the challenges that our customers face integrating Clustrix into their environments. Really seeing things from a customer’s point of view involves keeping in touch with the developer ecosystems evolving around various application languages and frameworks. Since many Clustrix customers operate Ruby […]

Announcing the 4.1 Release of Clustrix

The Clustrix team is proud to announce 4.1 release Some of the key highlights from 4.1 include the following: Fast Parallel Backup Clustrix now implements fast backup and restore as a binary backup mechanism that works at the row level. Each Clustrix node sends its data directly to the backup […]

iOffer Wins Success with Clustrix: From Sharding and Slave Replication to Scale and Flexibility

iOffer, the fastest growing destination for interactive social commerce, needed a way to support its vibrant global community connecting visitors from over 190 countries in every language via millions of item listings. But with a multi-master and many slave replication setup, it wasn’t long before iOffer faced complicated application logic […]

The Clustrix Support Experience

At Clustrix, our customers are our best advocates and we strive to keep it that way. As Vice President of Customer Operations, I am proud to lead our support team in these efforts by providing our clients with fast and comprehensive support. As a Clustrix customer, you can expect a […]

Scaling Distributed Joins

Distributed Joins A frequent question we get about Clustrix involves our ability to efficiently evaluate distributed joins. We face quite a bit of skepticism when we make the claim that we can scale joins in our system. And people are right to be incredulous: many other systems claiming to be […]