Archive for Month: December 2012

Spotlight on Three Differentiating Features of Clustrix

Clustrix Features Clustrix stands apart from other databases.  Our scale-out SQL relational database offers some key differences that stem from our distributed architecture and give us the flexibility to create features that don’t exist, or aren’t possible, with MySQL or other database architectures. Here are a few of the lesser-known […]

What Does it Mean to Say Clustrix is “MySQL Compatible?”

How is Clustrix MySQL Compatible? I’m Christine, and I’m a program manager at Clustrix. In my job, I’m constantly explaining what Clustrix does, and in doing so, I’ve found myself using the metaphor that “Clustrix is like MySQL on steroids.” What that means is that Clustrix is MySQL compatible — […]

How Adscience Gained Peak Performance and Linear Scale at a Low TCO

Adscience, a leading marketing accountability solution provider, found a better way. A poorly managed database can deal your business a deathblow.  Slow response times, inflexibility, and the inability to scale as your business grows can put a grinding halt to your applications – and in a world where competition is […]

Clustrix named a Top 20 Enterprise Software Vendor by SiliconIndia Magazine

Clustrix Earns Spot on SiliconIndia Magazine’s List of “Top 20 Enterprise Software Vendors” Here’s what SiliconIndia Magazine had to say about why Clustrix made the list: “Clustrix’ unique advantage derives from an innovative shared-nothing, fully distributed relational database architecture, which includes Intelligent data distribution, automatic data distribution for horizontal scale-out […]

SQL Disaggregation Techniques to “Structure” Unstructured Data

SQL Disaggregation with Clustrix At Clustrix, we use Bugzilla as our bug database. Although it provides an xmlrpc API that claims a higher probability of compatibility across upgrades, we’re SQL people and can’t resist the temptation of querying its relational tables directly. Our database consolidates data from various disparate sources […]