Tag: database scalability

#OlderDBFail: If Amazon and Pokemon Aren’t Immune, No One Is

You don’t always have to choose between the scalability of NoSQL and the accuracy of MySQL High-value, high-transaction challenges aren’t just the domain of smaller players–some of the most resource-rich, technically advanced companies in the world have had problems, as evidenced recently by Amazon Prime Day, which was plagued with […]

How the Quest for Scale Led Viverae to Clustrix, and Then Some

Scalability. One of the trendiest words in the tech world today but also one of the biggest issues any growing business faces. Whatever your application, if you are running your business on MySQL, you will inevitably hit a wall and develop performance issues if you do not have a scalable […]

Clustrix Enters the Rackspace Partner Program

  Clustrix Turns to Rackspace to Provide a Reliable and Scalable Hosting Infrastructure for its SQL Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) for Big Data SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Jul 18, 2012 – Clustrix today announced it has joined the partner program of Rackspace® Hosting (NYSE: RAX), the service leader in cloud computing. Rackspace […]

Clustrix Delivers Scale-out SQL DBaaS for Big Data Applications with New Cloud Economics

  Clustrix Version 4.0 addresses needs of real-time Big Data applications, improves management insight, introduces transparent DBaaS pricing without limitations SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Jul 17, 2012 – Clustrix, the scale-out SQL database for Big Data applications, today announced high-performance SQL database offerings that deliver new cloud economics while addressing […]

MongoDB vs. Clustrix Comparison, Part 1: Performance

MongoDB versus ClustrixDB *Note: You can now code. As mentioned in my post, I populated both databases with 300M rows. I played around with the best client/host/thread ratio for each database to achieve peak throughput. I used MongoDB v1.6.5. For the MongoDB read tests, I used the read-test.cpp harness. I […]