Tag: SQL databases

Google Spanner: The Good and the Better

Google’s Impressive New Tech: Cloud Spanner Google just announced their Beta Cloud Spanner, a “horizontally scalable, globally consistent, relational database service.” This impressive hosted technology addresses a long-standing market request: “How can we make our SQL databases scale both writes and reads past a single server?” This is the very […]

New nResiliency from Clustrix First to Deliver Continuous Database Availability Through Simultaneous Multi-Node Failure

Easily Configurable to Data Sensitivity Needs, Allows Companies to Scale with Confidence San Francisco, Calif. – Jan 17, 2017 – Clustrix, provider of the first scale-out relational database designed for the elastic scaling requirements of high-transaction, high-value workloads of today’s Web applications, announced its nResiliency feature which ensures that the […]

Cyber Monday Tests Limits of Old-School Databases

In the Bill Murray film Groundhog Day, we see a man trapped in the nightmare of the same scenario repeating endless times. At first he fights against it, then he decides to go along with it, and finally despair kicks in. Only until he approaches the problem in an entirely […]

Got High-Value, High-Transaction Workloads on AWS? Read This Report by ESG.

Have high-transaction workloads? See the test results that prove Clustrix is the right database for you. We recently put ClustrixDB performance to the test by performing a benchmark against two other SQL databases. ClustrixDB beat the two SQL databases owned and operated by the industry-leading cloud vendors in transactions per […]

Differentiating “Real-Time” Analytics

Real-Time Analytics You’ve probably heard some buzz lately around the term “real-time analytics,” perhaps even seen some impressive benchmark numbers. In this article I’ll explain what these systems offer and why these benchmarks don’t necessarily translate to real-world use. Real-Time Analytics Benchmarks: Are They Real? As a result of the […]