Tag: isolation

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 […]

How Clustrix Maintains ACID in a Clustered Environment

How Clustrix Maintains ACID ClusterDBA user on StackExchange recently asked the question, “Why can’t RDBMs cluster the way NoSQL does?” The question received several good answers, one of which essentially amounted to ‘ACID is hard in a shared-nothing system,’ and then proceeded to enumerate what was hard about it. While […]