Tag: database flexibility

You’ve Outgrown Your MySQL Database, Now What?

MySQL has always been a great database option for companies in their infancy. It’s cheap and contains the basic functionality most organizations need. It is the simplest way to provide access to multiple databases for multiple users looking to sift through basic company structured data. Of course, as companies hit […]

Evaluating Structured vs. Non-Structured Databases

For many years, information stored in databases was largely structured, residing in fixed fields. This kind of structured data often included customer names and dates, search algorithms, and numeric financial records, i.e., material that is simple to store and query because it fits tightly into rows and columns. Structured data […]

Nomorerack Achieves Another Record-Breaking Cyber Monday with ClustrixDB

Nomorerack Successfully Scales for Black Friday/Cyber Monday with ClustrixDB Nomorerack, a top-100 e-commerce retailer running ClustrixDB, successfully flexed up for the Black Friday/Cyber Monday weekend. Again. And achieved record-breaking sales! Again. More details: Last year nomorerack increased their marketing impressions 20-fold, and expected a huge increase in sales. Clustrix helped […]