Kroger has redesigned its application stack to be cloud-native, microservices based and running both on-premises and on public clouds.
Narvar was challenged by rising costs of AWS databases at scale, while customers and data privacy regulations demanded a multi-cloud solution.
Plume powers millions of smart homes that generate over 27 billion operations per day handled by YugabyteDB running on Amazon Web Services.
Xignite's business growth was being slowed down by its manually sharded and expensive time-series data infrastructure built on top of AWS RDS MySQL.
CipherTrace’s customers require immediate and accurate results when querying large data sets. DataStax Enterprise could neither deliver on the features nor on the performance.
Turvo required a 100 percent reliable transactional database that is capable of near-infinite scaling on public cloud platforms and can serve large datasets at very low latencies.
Voiceland relies on YugabyteDB to deliver highly available VoIP services so customers never miss a call.
Admiral is growing and so is its data, but MongoDB couldn’t keep up. Admiral found the geo-distribution capabilities, single-digit low latency, massive scale, and high performance it needed in YugabyteDB.