Tag: enterprise data

451 Research’s Jason Stamper Publishes Report on ClustrixDB’s 3x Performance Boost

When it comes to enterprise data, few voices are as respected as Jason Stamper of 451 Research, who has been commenting on the space for more than 2 decades, and whose work essentially identified “NewSQL” as a category. So we were very pleased when ClustrixDB was featured in a 451 report […]

Spinning Disks vs. SSD for Enterprise Database Use

Solid State Disks are the right storage for ClustrixDB. What’s not to love about low latency and high throughput? You have lots of choices for data storage these days. The most familiar data storage device is the spinning or hard disk drive (HDD): spinning disks are very affordable and can […]

Oracle and the NoSQL Effect – The Need for the Scale-Out SQL RDBMS

Datastax, a Cassandra (NoSQL) provider, wrote an analysis of why Oracle is struggling, having missed their Q4 2015 numbers and with revenue flat versus 2014. Datastax indicated this is due to more and more enterprise workloads being deployed on NoSQL, leveraging both unstructured data, as well as scale-out, flexibility, and […]

Clustrix Takes Aim at the Enterprise with NewSQL Database Appliance

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Jul 20, 2011 – Clustrix, the leading NewSQL Database, connected with Matt Aslett, Senior Analyst of The 451 Group, to discuss its changing focus from web application providers, to enterprise deployments. In the article, Aslett takes time to discuss Clustrix’s role in the NewSQL movement. “There […]