Tag: MySQL compatibility

Customer Success Story: Hit Labs

Hit Labs Hit Labs is the creator of the ever-so-popular Bubble Group Messenger App. Free on iOS and Android devices, Bubble is a group messaging, group chat, and private group video app. Originally built on Amazon’s Aurora, Hit Labs discovered that scaling on Aurora would be a problem. Hit Labs had to make […]

Customer Success Story: ShortStack

ShortStack ShortStack is a cutting edge SaaS platform for Facebook that helps individuals and organizations publish rich and engaging Facebook apps, allowing anyone to run contests, promotions, sweepstakes, and more. Critical to the application’s success is the database. With ClustrixDB, ShortStack could grow without downtime, simply by adding nodes. Also, […]

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 […]

You’ve Outgrown Your MySQL Database, Now What?

MySQL has always been a great database option for companies in their infancy. It’s cheap and contains the basic functionality most organizations need. It is the simplest way to provide access to multiple databases for multiple users looking to sift through basic company structured data. Of course, as companies hit […]

Clustrix Releases Industry’s First Specialized Database for E-Commerce

  ClustrixDB significantly improves site throughput and availability, allows online retailers to capture more revenue from more channels SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Sep 23, 2014 – Clustrix, today announced the launch of the latest version of ClustrixDB, purpose-built and optimized for fast growing e-commerce sites. Designed to meet the unique […]