Tag: master-slave architecture
Does ClustrixDB use MySQL Replication Between its Nodes?
Here’s a common question we get asked at tradeshows, on customer calls, by analysts, and by our fellow devs and DBAs in the industry. Since this has come up a lot, let’s answer it in detail! TL;DR: ClustrixDB does not use MySQL Replication between nodes ClustrixDB is a true shared-nothing […]
Scale-Out SQL: Readying Your Online Gaming App for the Big Launch
Getting Your Gaming Application Ready for Launch Gaming applications–particularly multi-player games–are usually built for the cloud, meaning that they can scale out according to demand. Unfortunately, this hasn’t necessarily been the case with the databases that power these applications. The SQL databases that online games have to run on (NoSQL […]
Master-Master: Investigation of the Mysterious Duplicate Key Error
Mysterious Duplicate Key Error One thing I like about my role at Clustrix is that it allows me to work with real customer use cases and offers a unique opportunity to understand respective deployment architectures and learn something new and interesting from each and every engagement. I came across an […]