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Fun in Columbia River Gorge with family.

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I love our neighborhood. :) 

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Well, now I have to go look at this. :)
Developers: A look at Clustrix, a "NewSQL" highly scalable database

Clustrix built a NewSQL database for transactional big-data applications. It enables fast-growing online businesses to rapidly scale to unlimited users, transactions and data, with no database sharding and full ACID compliance. Clustrix offers a radically simple yet powerful distributed database solution in the form of a MySQL-compatible appliance.
"There are multiple types of databases usages that people need to design for," explains Sergei Tsarev, CTO with Clustrix. "When you look at a modern application, there's really a whole set of databases that are employed; tech search databases, graph databases, operational data store, analytics, key value object storage, and it's a challenge for Clustrix to explain where exactly we fit in. We are going right after the operational data store. This is the heart of the system; this is the primary authoritative source for the data for the application."
Creating a Clustrix cluster is easy: just add one or two interconnect switches to three or more appliances or nodes. No matter the number of appliances, they appear as a single database that is managed from a single console. Simply plug in more pre-configured nodes for additional space and transactional throughput.

With optimized MySQL-compatible software and hardware together, the Clustrix appliance delivers optimal performance right out of the box, without any tuning or guesswork. Since each node is pre-configured, installation and management is greatly simplified.
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Happy 4th!  Hope you have your Pride Pants on!

Fun with Google Voice translations: "Yes. Call 1 Bye, yeah, 866 binds 14. Your 965. Yeah this one. Yeah, 866 by 414. Your 965 yeah." Yeah.

Last night I FINALLY finished watching the final season of Deadwood. Man, I wish all shows were that good!
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