Tag: SQL RDBMS

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 […]

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 […]

Live Webinar: Database Architecture and Scaling Strategies, in the Cloud and on the Rack

Robbie Mihayli, VP of Engineering at Clustrix will explore how to set up a SQL RDBMS architecture that scales out and is both elastic and consistent, while simultaneously delivering fault tolerance and ACID compliance. He will also cover how data gets distributed in this architecture, how the query processor works, […]

Clustrix Delivers Scale-out SQL DBaaS for Big Data Applications with New Cloud Economics

  Clustrix Version 4.0 addresses needs of real-time Big Data applications, improves management insight, introduces transparent DBaaS pricing without limitations SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Jul 17, 2012 – Clustrix, the scale-out SQL database for Big Data applications, today announced high-performance SQL database offerings that deliver new cloud economics while addressing […]

Not All Clusters Are the Same

There are a wide variety of techniques out there for clustering storage appliances. The question is: what problem are you really trying to solve? If you look at Isilon’s clustered storage appliances (where I was chief architect), you’ll see that the clustering is done at the block level. The block […]