Tag: fault tolerance

Scaling Out Without Fault

  January 29, 2016 | Inside Big Data Relational databases always have been at the heart of online transaction processing (OLTP), and they will continue to be for the foreseeable future. But today the business world is demanding more out of this bedrock technology than ever. A variety of industries […]

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 […]

How to Choose Between AWS RDS Aurora and ClustrixDB on AWS

Ever since it was unveiled in November of last year, AWS Aurora—Amazon’s relational database offering available through Amazon RDS—has been touted by the giant online retailer as a revolutionary database solution that offered five times the performance of standard MySQL at “one tenth the cost of a commercial database.” Indeed, […]

Clustrix Study Finds 43% of Consumers Experienced E-Commerce Website Performance Issues over the 2014 Holiday Shopping Season

  64 percent of those left the website, and almost 30 percent turned to another vendor SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Mar 10, 2015 – Clustrix, provider of the first scale-out database designed to meet the needs of fast growing e-commerce sites, today revealed the results of the consumer survey: 2014 […]

ClustrixDB: A Database That Remains Available Even When Two or More Servers Fail

To ensure that your e-commerce business is successful, you’ve got to make sure that your database is available as much as possible. After all, when your website isn’t working properly, you can’t make a sale. From time to time, databases can fail, whether on a single server, multiple servers or […]