Tag: Durability

Modern Data

Modern Data in a Scaleable, ACID-compliant, Distributed RDBMS Modern Data without Sacrificing Scalability or ACID ClustrixDB handles sophisticated, modern data such as semi-structured data, fractional-second events, and generated columns while simultaneously delivering the ClustrixDB advantages of performance, scalability without sharding or replication, and ACID compliance. ClustrixDB is for high-value, high-volume […]

Survey: Thank You

ADDITIONAL CONTENT Introducing ClustrixDB 8.0 ClustrixDB 8.0 is the latest release of the only drop-in replacement for MySQL with true scale out performance, now featuring in-memory processing, containerization, and encryption. Download A New Approach to Scale-Out RDBMS ClustrixDB’s shared-nothing architecture provides an entirely new approach to scale-out RDBMS and query resolution. […]

ACID Database

ACID Database ClustrixDB ClustrixDB is a clustered, shared-nothing scale-out RDBMS that is fully ACID-compliant. When we claim ACID compliance, we mean that we never relax any ACID properties ever. Maintaining an ACID database with a clustered architecture can have it’s challenges, but it is far from impossible. Our database was […]

spanner versus aurora

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 […]

Sharding Adds Significant Application Costs

Percona recently published a blog discussing MySQL sharding models for SaaS applications. The blog did a great job highlighting the effort it takes to shard MySQL (e.g. gain write-scale for MySQL SaaS deployments), and discussed understanding both customer data requirements, as well as revenue expectations when designing sharding topologies. But […]