Archive for Month: February 2014

The ClustrixDB Rebalancer: Keeping a Distributed Database Balanced

The ClustrixDB Rebalancer ClustrixDB is a single logical DBMS made up of many individual servers. These servers have matching hardware, and are equal peers within the cluster. Each server holds part of the relational dataset. Any of them can participate in (or initiate) a SQL query. To fully utilize the total […]

Taggle Solves Scale and Real-Time Analytics Problems With ClustrixDB

Scale-Out SQL Database Allows Leading Internet of Things Player to Store and Analyze Massive Volume of Data in Real-Time SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Feb 6, 2014 – Clustrix, provider of the leading scale-out SQL database engineered for the cloud, today announced that Taggle Systems, the Australian provider of low-cost, long-range […]

NewSQL vs. SQL on Hadoop

NoSQL, NewSQL, SQL on Hadoop SQL seems to be everywhere these days. The data management landscape is complex and moving very fast. Since real-time analytics is used by both the NewSQL and SQL on Hadoop communities, let’s dig in and see the differences. SQL is in Vogue SQL is back […]