Tag: Aurora

How ClustrixDB Accomplishes Horizontal Scaling of Both Writes & Reads Without Sharding

When people come up and ask, “Oh, so ClustrixDB is yet another MySQL-compatible database. What makes you different?” we have a terrific answer, and it’s all about horizontal scaling: ClustrixDB is the only MySQL compatible database that linearly scales-out both write and read queries. By horizontal scaling we mean each […]

Cyber Monday Tests Limits of Old-School Databases

In the Bill Murray film Groundhog Day, we see a man trapped in the nightmare of the same scenario repeating endless times. At first he fights against it, then he decides to go along with it, and finally despair kicks in. Only until he approaches the problem in an entirely […]

Clustrix Claims Better Database Performance than Amazon Aurora on AWS

  February 19, 2016 | TheVARGuy Clustrix is hoping to beat Amazon at its own database game. This week, the company announced that its ClustrixDB scale-out database can outperform Amazon Aurora on Amazon’s own AWS environment. Aurora and ClustrixDB are both next-generation, cloud-oriented databases designed to deliver major performance and […]

Tomorrow’s Meetup: Scale-out SQL Databases for AWS and more!

AWS If you work with high transactional workloads, and you need a relational database to keep track of economically valuable items like revenue, inventory and monetary transactions, we invite you to come and participate in a discussion about the strengths and weaknesses of Aurora and other MySQL solutions for AWS. […]

Everything You Need to Know About Scaling MySQL – Part 6: Aurora

In November of last year, Amazon announced a new MySQL-compatible scale up relational database engine called Aurora. The online retailer billed the new product as highly scalable, boasting its capability to automatically grow storage from 10GB to 64TB based on need. Scalability is a vital feature in a database—especially for […]