Tag: DBaaS

Tech Talk Series: Part 3 Wrap Up, Flex Up and Flex Down

Last week was our Tech Talk on Scaling-In and Down. We’ve explored scaling up and out in Tech Talk #1. MySQL is a very popular RDBMS, but challenges arise when your workload hits the limits of the largest node you can provision. But this third Tech Talk isn’t about adding […]

Google Spanner vs Amazon Aurora: Who’ll Get the Enterprise?

Google Spanner versus Amazon Aurora In July 2015, Amazon delivered Aurora, the AWS-only Enterprise RDBMS they’d been claiming since November 2014 would have “5x Enterprise performance at 1/5 the price.” Amazon was making a big play in the MySQL market—they’d recognized that there is a lot of demand for scaling […]

Cloud Database and Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) Market Projected to Grow

Clustrix provides companies with a reliable cloud database that scales with ease to $14.05 billion by 2019 SAN FRANCISCO, Calif – Aug 13, 2014 – Clustrix, provider of the leading scale-out SQL database engineered for the cloud, offers a quick and reliable solution for cloud failure recovery. With companies increasingly […]

Cloud Database, DBaaS Market to Reach $14 Billion by 2019

When it comes to the technology they deploy, today’s companies need versatile and flexible solutions that enable them to successfully navigate the ever-complex business world. As such, it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that the cloud database and database-as-a-service (DBaaS) market is projected to grow from $1.07 billion […]

DBaaS: Solving the Cloud Business Continuity Conundrum

Today’s e-commerce enterprises are expected to be “always on”; you never know what time of day or night your customers are going to make a transaction. At the same time, these companies are increasingly turning to the cloud to improve efficiency, scalability, and reduce costs while dealing with the tremendous […]