Introducing ClustrixDB 8.0
ClustrixDB 8.0 is the latest release of the only drop-in replacement for MySQL with true scale-out performance. Designed to help customers meet the challenge of explosive growth in transactional workloads, this latest version combines in-memory processing, containerization, and encryption to improve performance, ease-of-use, and security.
How ClustrixDB RDBMS Scales Writes & Reads
Scaling out a SQL RDBMS while maintaining ACID guarantees in realtime is a very large challenge. Most scaling DBMS solutions relinquish one or many realtime transactionality requirements. ClustrixDB achieves near-linear scaling of both write and read queries with full ACID compliance, by a combination of ‘bringing the query to the data’ and automatically distributing the data across all nodes in the cluster. Read this white paper for more information including how ClustrixDB leverages a Cascades Planner, MVCC, 2 Phase Locking, and the Paxos consensus protocol.
A New Approach to Scale-Out RDBMS
ClustrixDB is a scale-out SQL database that is designed to scale horizontally—by adding cores and servers. The shared-nothing architecture provides an entirely new approach to query resolution by moving the query to the data—not the data to the query. Learn how this revolutionary technology makes it possible to scale a single database across nodes, and still support massive concurrency while delivering high performance, full relational functionality, transactional consistency (ACID), and seamless deployment.
Why Traditional SQL Databases Fail to Scale Writes & Reads Effectively
Traditional OLTP database scaling is a major polarizing issue with both database administrators (DBAs) and application developers. Many people refer to relational databases as being a SQL database and say that SQL databases fundamentally cannot scale. They say it’s just not possible because SQL databases were not designed to truly scale, especially writes, and definitely not to cloud scale. Others will assert that those who believe SQL databases cannot scale lack the knowledge, experience, and expertise to actually scale SQL databases. Some DBAs say that’s why there are now NoSQL databases.
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