ClustrixDB, Joyent Partner For Real-Time Cloud Analytics

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Clustrix partners with Joyent to make its scale-out SQL and real-time analytics avaiable to Joyent customers, PernixData has been added to the  VMware  Partner  Verified  and  Supported  Product Program, and Exablox launches a new channel partner program.

Joyent partners with Clustrix for analytics in the cloud. Scale-out SQL database company Clustrix announced a partnership with Joyent, making ClustrixDB available to Joyent customers who need scale-out SQL and real-time analytics. ClustrixDB allows enterprises to perform complex analytics within seconds, while at the same time track and measure performance. Using multiple cores on a single node and multiple nodes in parallel to make analytic queries and reports go faster, ClustrixDB provides the durability and speed necessary for data ingestion and analytics. With the introduction of ClustrixDB, Joyent’s high-performance computing platform will further increase and maintain application performance in cloud computing environments. The Joyent Cloud has always offered true data reliability and a high performance cloud architecture,” said Henry Wasik, President and CEO of Joyent Inc. “This integration with ClustrixDB will further enable our customers to enjoy the utmost performance now combined with the ability to run real-time analytics to deliver greater business insight.” “Many applications deployed in the cloud today have fundamentally different characteristics than traditional back office applications and require massive workload support,” said Robin Purohit, CEO at Clustrix. “ClustrixDB combined with Joyent’s application performance management capabilities will enable companies of any size to build innovative applications at unprecedented speed and agility.”

PernixData added as VMware Partner. PernixData announced that its FVP software has has  been  added  to  the  VMware  Partner  Verified  and  Supported  Product Program. With inclusion  in  this  program, PernixData’s software is ready for deployment in vSphere environments 5.0  and  greater.FVP virtualizes all server side flash into a clustered acceleration tier that enables IT administrators to quickly, easily and cost-­effectively scale‐out storage performance completely independent of storage capacity.  FVP offers robust vSphere support, seamless management via vSphere web client, deployment compatible with VMware vSphere, and patent-pending Flash Cluster technology to enable any host to remotely access the flash devices on any other host in the cluster.

Exablox announces new partner program. Storage company Exablox launched its channel partner program, making its OneBlox, a scale-out storage appliance, and its secure, multi-tenant, cloud-based OneSystem management service immediately available for purchase by qualified channel partners. The program formalizes Exablox’s 100-percent-channel go-to-market strategy. The new channel program is dedicated to supporting and enabling partners that focus on the mid-market across vertical industries. The company is investing heavily in the channel and is committed to helping its partners through joint marketing efforts, co-branding, sales and support. Exablox is eliminating licensing complexity by offering only a handful of stock keeping units (SKUs) for the channel to transact. “I’ve been working with VARs and end users for the past 20 years and recognize the struggle many mid-size enterprises are experiencing as they attempt to keep up with their applications and storage demands,” said Ezra Hookano, vice president of sales at Exablox. “Currently, companies have to choose between very expensive storage that requires forklift upgrades and complex installation and management, or inexpensive storage solutions without the software features they require. We look forward to partnering with VARs, MSPs, resellers and distributors that are passionate about storage and to helping to fill the void in the storage market with our scale-out enterprise-class storage that’s affordable to the mid-market.”

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John Rath is a veteran IT professional and regular contributor at Data Center Knowledge. He has served many roles in the data center, including support, system administration, web development and facility management.

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