Blog Posts

Metro Area Clustering: Deployment and Configuration

This is the second blog in our series about ClustrixDB 9’s new Zones feature that supports creating Metro Area Clusters. If you missed the first blog “Database Metro Area Clustering Across Data Centers”, we recommend giving it a read since it provides a great overview of Metro Area Clustering. In this […]

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 […]