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We’re Hiring! And Looking to Add More 9s to the Severalnines Team!
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August 15, 2014 By Severalnines

 

 

We're looking for an energetic and talented web developer to join our small but agile web team. This position is full-time and pay is negotiable. The hours are flexible and work can be done remotely.

 

Severalnines is a self-funded startup with a dozen employees; headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden and with a globally distributed, home-office based team. We provide automation and

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Announcing Partnership with Percona
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February 4, 2014 By Severalnines

Great news for Percona customers! We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Percona. Effective immediately, Percona customers will be able to enjoy the advanced automation, monitoring and cluster management capabilities of ClusterControl. Percona will be bundling, with its Cluster support contracts, Percona ClusterControl - a privately branded version of ClusterControl Community. Together we're providing support for the full stack, from Percona XtraDB Cluster to management tools, giving customers one number to call. 

For anyone who has deployed, managed or

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Release Webinar - Introducing Galera 3.0: Now supporting MySQL 5.6, Global Transaction IDs and WAN
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September 25, 2013 By Severalnines

 

Join this technical webinar to learn about the new features in the latest Galera 3.0 release.

You'll learn how Galera integrates with MySQL 5.6 and Global Transaction IDs to enable cross-datacenter and cloud replication over high latency networks. The benefits are clear; a globally distributed MySQL setup across regions to deliver Severalnines availability and real-time responsiveness.

DATE & TIME

Europe/MEA/APAC

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ScaleBase Releases Version 2.0 of its MySQL Database Scalability Software
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New Version of Data Traffic Manager Supports Infinite Application Scalability, a Sleek New Look and Easier-than-Ever Deployment BOSTON – February 12, 2013 — ScaleBase, the company that keeps next gen apps and business-critical databases up-and-running, just released Data Traffic Manager 2.0.  It’s the only database scalability software that solves the three biggest challenges next-gen apps face [...] Read More
451 Research & ScaleBase Share Tips for Choosing a Next-Gen Database
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Industry Leading Database Analyst Matt Aslett, MySQL Pioneer Doron Levari and Industry Veteran Paul Campaniello Host Webinar on The New World Order of NoSQL, NewSQL & MySQL BOSTON – November 7, 2012 — Picking the wrong database can result in slow performance or downtime, frustrated customers and lost revenue.  But navigating the new world order of [...] Read More
ScaleBase & Codership Partner to Deliver Ultimate Database & Application Performance
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Industry’s First Unified Database Scalability & Replication Solution Now Available for MySQL Environments PERCONA LIVE – NEW YORK – October 1, 2012 — ScaleBase, the company enabling next generation applications that require big data transactional processing, and Codership, the market leader in synchronous multi-master replication, are teaming up to deliver the industry’s first unified database scalability and [...] Read More
ScaleBase Adds Twenty-Five Year Marketing Veteran as Vice President of Global Marketing
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Newly appointed Paul Campaniello to bring years of emerging markets experience to growing database middleware company

NEWTON, MA – March 5, 2012 – ScaleBase, the database infrastructure company, announced today that Paul Campaniello has joined the company as Vice President of Global Marketing. ScaleBase enables organizations to instantly respond and adapt to dynamic business requirements.

The ScaleBase Data Traffic Manager is a simple solution that dynamically manages and scales your MySQL database to meet the demands of your business. ScaleBase delivers real time elasticity, increases availability and improves capacity planning – all without requiring any changes to your existing infrastructure.

Campaniello brings 25 years of experience working with rapidly-growing software companies,

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ScaleBase Unveils New Elastic Load Balancing Feature at Cloud Connect
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Version 1.5 completely embraces the very nature of the cloud, supporting real-time dynamic scaling for MySQL databases SANTA CLARA, CA and BOSTON, MA – February 14, 2012 – the database elasticity company, announced the release of version 1.5 of The ScaleBase Database Load Balancer. The new release offers real-time elasticity, enabling organizations to dynamically scale their [...] Read More
Working with ScaleBase and NOSQL
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There is a huge amount of buzz around NOSQL, and we at ScaleBase are happy to see companies making the move to NOSQL. Despite what some people might think, we consider it a blessed change. It is time for applications to stop having a single data store – namely a relational database (probably Oracle) – and start using the best tool for the job.

In the last couple of years, since NOSQL technologies broke into our world, a lot of experience has been gathered on how to use them. Mainly, we see NoSQL technologies used for one of the following scenarios:

  • Queries that require a very short response time
  • Storing data without a well-defined schema, or storing data with a frequently modified schema

Now, I’m not in any way saying that NOSQL solutions are not used for other scenarios as well; I’m only saying that from our experience here at ScaleBase ,

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ScaleBase achieves 180K NO-TPM DBT2 results on Amazon RDS
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ScaleBase Releases Database DBT2 Performance Results

Technology achieves unprecedented transaction speed for a MySQL database at a low cost

 

Boston, Mass., December 12, 2011ScaleBase, Inc. today announced the results of its MySQL database benchmark, based on the industry-standard DBT-2 test. ScaleBase has achieved an unmatched 180,000 Transactions per Minute – the highest result for a MySQL database – while running on an Amazon RDS environment. Cost per Transaction was reported to be 50 cents, which demonstrates the cost-effectiveness of the ScaleBase solution on the Amazon EC2 cloud. Full details of the benchmark

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Making the case for Database Sharding using a Proxy
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There are several ways to implement sharding in your application. The first and by far the most popular, is to implement it inside your application. It can be implemented as part of your own Data Access Layer, database driver, or an ORM extension. However, there are many limitations with such implementation, which drove us, at ScaleBase, to look for an alternative architecture.

As the above diagram shows, ScaleBase is implemented as a standalone proxy. There are several benefits to using such an architecture.

First and foremost, since the sharding logic is not embedded inside the application, third party applications can be used, be it MySQL Workbench, MySQL command line interface or any other third party product. This translates to a huge saving in the day-to-day costs of both

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What Makes a Schema good for Sharding
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The ScaleBase Analysis tool gives a schema a grade between 1 and 100 for being “sharding compatible”. It’s a neat feature, but many ask me how the grade is calculated. Well – here goes.

First of all, a good schema is one that is easy to shard. Database Normalization is usually a good thing when sharding. It means that finding the sharding key is easy, relationships between tables are clear, and the queries themselves are usually much simpler. So we try to give a grade on how well the schema is normalized.

After the sharding configuration is determined (see here on how this should be done), we review your MySQL General Log, to understand the value you can expect from the sharding configuration:

  • Statements that run on
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How do you know when to shard your database?
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We at ScaleBase talk about sharding so much, it’s difficult for us to see why someone wouldn’t want to shard. But just because we’re so enthusiastic about our transparent sharding mechanism, it doesn’t mean we can’t understand the very basic question, “When do I shard?”
Well, it’s not the most difficult question to answer. I’ll keep it short: if your database exceeds the memory you have on a single machine, you should shard. If you hit I/O, your performance suffers, and sharding will assist.
Why? That’s easy to explain.
Databases in general (and MySQL is no exception) try to cache data. Because accessing memory is so much faster than accessing disk (even with SSDs), database providers have developed rather sophisticated caching algorithms. For instance, running a query caches the query and its results. Indexes are stored in memory so that,


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Your web platform runs on an Oracle database? You must be Nuts! Part 3
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This is the third blog post in a series designed to assist companies who wish to migrate their code from Oracle to MySQL. You can read the previous post here.

I went over some of the difficult topics you’ll face when migrating from Oracle to MySQL. However, I left out the topic of database scalability (after all – this is a ScaleBase blog).

Oracle users are used to having a very clear scalability path. You start with an Oracle Standard edition, and if your budget allows, you increase hardware (memory, CPU), improve your storage speed, buy Oracle Enterprise edition and use portioning. If all that fails, you move to a distributed RAC environment. If you’re really on the high end, you buy ExaData2. This is where your

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Your web platform runs on an Oracle database? You must be Nuts!
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This is the first blog post in a series designed to assist companies who wish to migrate their code from Oracle to MySQL.

During the World War II “Battle of the Bulge”, General McAuliffe said to the German forces who asked for his surrender: “Nuts!” The rest is history – he won the battle, and the allied forces won the war.

Some things are like that. So absurd that “Nuts” is the only possible reaction. And frankly – running your web infrastructure on an Oracle database is one of those things.

Now, the pricing issue is very well covered. Just see here. And for most people, this should be enough. We had a customer migrating from a 7M USD environment to a 200K yearly environment (licensing and support)

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ScaleBase at Percona Live in London – Come see how to transparently shard your MySQL
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ScaleBase is happy to sponsor the Percona Live London MySQL Conference. If you plan to attend, you can catch our booth on the expo floor or attend Liran’s session – “The Benefits of Database Sharding” at 2PM, October 25th at the Bishopsgate Suite.

Join Liran’s lecture on the Benefits of Sharding MySQL at Percona Live London
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Database Sharding lecture on Boston MySQL Meetup
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Yeah, we know it’s 6 month from now – but we’ll give a lecture titled “Database Sharding on MySQL” at the Boston MySQL Meetup. Register here.

Scale your MySQL Webinar
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Interested in scaling MySQL? Read our new white paper
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ScaleBase Launch Coverage
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Wow. Our launch was picked up by many news sites. Here’s just a partial list. Thanks guys.

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ScaleBase 1.0 is now AVAILABLE!
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Boston, Mass., August 15, 2011ScaleBase, Inc. today announced the general availability of ScaleBase 1.0 for unlimited scalability of MySQL databases. ScaleBase 1.0 delivers MySQL performance and high availability, without the need to change a single line of application code. Users of MySQL can download and easily deploy the software by visiting http://www.scalebase.com/solution/download/.

ScaleBase utilizes two techniques for scaling: read-write splitting and transparent sharding (a technique for massively scaling-out relational database). The software enables MySQL to scale

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Standard Query Language (SQL) for NoSQL databases?
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I recently came across an interesting blog post on RedMonk (not surprising, as I read most of their posts). It’s called It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like SQL and basically it talks about query language for NoSQL databases. It seems that as NoSQL becomes more popular, users want to do more with it – a good level of querying, for example, is needed.

Now of course, since NoSQL is a family of products that work in radically different ways, it’s not certain that this is possible (or even desirable – read Alex Popescu’s post on the subject).

But my question is – why do you even need a query language for NoSQL data stores? After all, running queries on distributed data might be complex to

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Announcing Zimbra Collaboration Suite 6.0: 50+ Million Users Have Spoken
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With thousands of votes from the Zimbra community submitted to our product management database, and tens of thousands of hours logged by our engineering team, we are excited to officially announce Zimbra Collaboration Suite 6.0.

 

ZCS 6.0 is chock full of everything you asked for – because we made sure to check off the hit list of top requests. Some of the highlights include improved delegation and share management, increased productivity with three-pane email view, read receipts, remote wipe for mobile devices, and more.

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