Stats from Automated Platform Test

Part of the reason Gyxi is very stable is that the entire platform is undergoing an automated test every 10 minutes. That is – all features and all regions are tested every 10 minutes. Because Gyxi is fast, the automated

Contest: Use Gyxi with PHP

As we pass the milestone of 3500 databases in Gyxi, we note that almost all of them are used with .NET and Python. That is no coincidence, because we have made libraries specifically for .NET and Python. However, it should

Central US Region is now in Preview

The Central US region is now in preview. During the preview, any data saved in Central US will be persistent and permanently saved in the same way as any data in any other region. Although we expect 100% uptime, the

Available Regions

Here is the complete list of available regions: westeurope (Netherlands) northeurope (Ireland) norway germany france uk And here are some regions that can be used now, but they are in preview, so stability might be less than the primary regions:

API Reference Overview

1. Save Saves a single item. POST or PUT https://save-[region].gyxi.com/[databaseId]/type/partition/id Body: JSON content. Example: { “id”: “123”, “name”: “MyItem” } 2. Get Gets a single item. Performance target: 40 ms GET https://get-[region].gyxi.com/[databaseId]/type/partition/id 3. List Gets up to 1000 items. Returns a continuation token

Always Fast

Some of the features in Gyxi are referred to as Always Fast and that is a principle being followed and monitored. Sure, some background features may take some time to complete, but the endpoints used likely with a real user

Frequency of Throttling

It is necessary for any popular online system to employ some form of throttling. It may not be used much, but the alternative is often downtime so throttling is a symptom of a robust system. Gyxi is no exception. Let’s

Brazil Region is now in Preview

The Brazil region is now in preview. During the preview, any data saved in Brazil will be persistent and permanently saved in the same way as any data in any other region. Here are the permanent URLs for the Brazil

Use Gyxi in .NET

It is very easy to use Gyxi with .NET (C#). First, add this package: https://www.nuget.org/packages/Gyxi/ Instantiate it like this: var gyxi = new GyxiClient(Region.Germany, "dfca164c-b19d-4abd-a5a7-4eabdfb8b123"); And use it like this: gyxi.Save("mytype", "all", myObj); That’s it! Static Wrapper If you want

Consistent Performance

Gyxi rarely gets throttled and is able to provide great consistent performance. The following test was made in an application hosted in the same Azure Datacenter where Gyxi Westeurope is also hosted. This allowed the latency to be close to