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Clustrix 9 brings new features to the leading scale-out SQL database built specifically for OLTP applications

Last fall, we announced that our most recent generally-available release, ClustrixDB 9, supports deploying a single database across multiple AWS Availability Zones (AZs). With this release, Clustrix continues its commitment to provide application developers with both scale and high-availability so they don’t have to choose one over the other. Clustrix 9 […]

Database Metro Area Clustering Across Data Centers

Data integrity, high availability, and easy disaster recovery have always been a major requirement of our ClustrixDB customers. Their OLTP applications are mission-critical and often customer- or consumer-facing, which makes the acceptable margin for error virtually nil. Over the years we have brought a variety of innovations to market to […]

ClustrixDB Supports Modern Data Without Sacrificing Performance, Scalability and ACID Compliance

JSON, Fractional-second Events and Generated Columns Available in Current ClustrixDB Release  Clustrix, the provider of the world’s leading scale-out SQL database announced that ClustrixDB 9 — the currently available release — handles sophisticated, modern data including semi-structured data, fractional-second events, and generated columns while simultaneously delivering the ClustrixDB advantages of […]

Clustrix Adds AWS Availability Zone (Multi-AZ) Support with ClustrixDB 9.0

AWS AZs continue the Clustrix commitment to provide both scale and high-availability to high-value, high-volume cloud applications. Clustrix, the provider of the world’s leading scale-out SQL database announced that its most recent generally-available release, ClustrixDB 9.0, supports deploying a single database across multiple AWS Availability Zones (AZs). With this release, […]

ClustrixDB as a NoSQL Database?

We are really clear that ClustrixDB is a fully relational, fully SQL, fully ACID compliant database. It’s not a key-value store (KVS), not a document store (JSON and only JSON), and not “eventually-consistent” like Cassandra, DynamoDB, Couchbase, or Riak. So we don’t call it a NoSQL database. Some people put […]