Tag: query

The ClustrixDB Query Evaluation Model

Query Evaluation Model Recently we’ve started to dig into the internals of ClustrixDB, specifically How ClustrixDB Accomplishes Horizontal Scaling of Both Writes & Reads Without Sharding. Next, we dug into the details of the multi-patented ClustrixDB Rebalancer. This time we will discuss the ClustrixDB Query Evaluation Model. ClustrixDB is a […]

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 […]

ClustrixDB: Bringing the Query to the Data—Not the Other Way Around

Some arguments can’t be settled on a fact. Case in point: Which came first, the chicken or the egg? In the world of databases, a similar conundrum pops up when it comes to query resolution: Should the query be moved to the data or should the data be moved to the […]

Tech-Forum Friday: Index Usage with Functions

Index Usage with Functions Note: We’re starting this “technical forum” in order to share hot topics and noteworthy discussions from the ClustrixDB support forum with our larger audience. I just ran into this issue with a developer and thought it was blog-worthy. Our UI was doing the following query:   […]

Choosing Your Database: Lessons from Google F1

Databases are a lot like programming languages: there’s a great variety to chose from, they have wildly different programming and query interfaces, and there’s a wide gap in available features. And just as choosing the right programming language for a project can have a significant impact on the outcome of […]