SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Clustrix, provider of the first scale-out relational database designed to meet the needs of large, fast-growing e-commerce sites and other big Web- and cloud-based applications, announced that its Magento solutions architect Kevin Bortnick, a certified Magento developer, will be speaking at Meet Magento NY, a leading conference of Magento e-commerce platform users.
Kevin Bortnick, Magento Solutions Architect, Clustrix
Bortnick's session titled "Scaling Magento for Peak Seasonal Demand" will detail how to cost-effectively maintain a high-performing website throughout peak-traffic time periods, such as the end-of-year holiday shopping season.
In this educational session, Bortnick will talk about scaling strategies used to overcome bottlenecks associated with the MySQL database used by most Magento customers. He will highlight the shortcomings of each and share his real-world experiences. Bortnick will educate attendees about how a scale-out database opens new possibilities for scaling to meet these demands without paying for unused capacity or dealing with the complexity that comes with administering read slaves, sharding, new high-performance hardware and other modifications used to expand capacity of an RDMS.
Monday, September 21 – Tuesday, September, 22, 2015
Digital Sandbox Conference Center
55 Broad Street
New York, NY 10004
Clustrix provides the leading scale-out relational database engineered for data center or cloud use. ClustrixDB is a drop-in replacement for MySQL and an ideal solution for e-commerce businesses and Web applications that need scale, high availability and flexible capacity. Our customers use ClustrixDB for critical business applications that support massive transactional volume and real-time reporting of business performance metrics. ClustrixDB delivers more than one trillion transactions per month for customers including AOL, Flipkart, MakeMyTrip, Choxi, Photobox, Rakuten and Symantec.
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