Tag: shared-nothing architecture
ClustrixDB’s Scale-out Architecture Delivers Cloud Scale ClustrixDB proves that relational databases can support cloud-scale workloads, maintain low latency at high concurrency, and stay available during hardware failures. Clustrix rethinks how relational databases can deliver the cloud-scale deployment experience and support the massive transaction volumes that modern applications need. Built from the ground […]
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: […]
Sharding Adds Significant Application Costs
Percona recently published a blog discussing MySQL sharding models for SaaS applications. The blog did a great job highlighting the effort it takes to shard MySQL (e.g. gain write-scale for MySQL SaaS deployments), and discussed understanding both customer data requirements, as well as revenue expectations when designing sharding topologies. But […]
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 […]