Tag: Google Spanner
How ClustrixDB Accomplishes Horizontal Scaling of Both Writes & Reads Without Sharding
When people come up and ask, “Oh, so ClustrixDB is yet another MySQL-compatible database. What makes you different?” we have a terrific answer, and it’s all about horizontal scaling: ClustrixDB is the only MySQL compatible database that linearly scales-out both write and read queries. By horizontal scaling we mean each […]
Challenges with Google’s Cloud Spanner
At this point everyone has heard of Google’s Cloud Spanner. It’s Google’s first database offering that can scale-out write transactions linearly, as well as provide cross-node transactions with ACID guarantees, claiming to solve significant problems that Amazon’s Aurora cannot. But as discussed before, Spanner is able to accomplish that scale […]
Why is ACID Cool Again?
Before you get any ideas, we’re talking about good old-fashioned database ACID compliance. ACID is not a new concept to developers. Certainly every DBA knows it, but collectively, the software industry lost its addiction to ACID some time ago. This is because the industry found a new thing to crave: […]
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 […]
Google Cloud Spanner Joins Ranks of ClustrixDB as a Scale-Out ACID RDBMS
Clustrix Discusses the Significance of the Development of Google Spanner Clustrix, provider of the first scale-out relational database designed for the elastic scaling requirements of high-transaction, high-value workloads of today’s Web applications, recently commented on the beta launch of Google Spanner (read more at https://www.clustrix.com/bettersql/google-spanner-good-better). According to Clustrix CEO Mike […]