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Explore our library of webinars, videos, datasheets, and more to learn about YugabyteDB’s extremely low latency, massive scale, and comprehensive set of multi-region deployment options.

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451 Research, Distributed SQL: An Enabler for Globally Consistent Transactional Workloads
Datasheet
High Performance Distributed SQL Database for Powering Global, Internet-Scale Applications
Video
Developing Cloud-Native Spring Microservices with Distributed SQL, Cluster-Aware JDBC Drivers, R2DBC and Istio
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An Introduction to GraphQL with Distributed SQL
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How-to: Longhorn Distributed Block Storage and Cloud-Native Distributed SQL
Video
Install YugabyteDB on a Mac Using Docker and yugabyted
Video
Getting Started with Distributed SQL Colocated Tables
Webinar
Getting Started with Distributed SQL Monitoring using Prometheus, Grafana and Google Kubernetes Engine
Video
How Change Data Capture Works in a Distributed SQL Database
Video
Kubernetes Best Practices for Distributed SQL
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Distributed SQL Tips and Tricks: Getting Started with YugabyteDB on Google Kubernetes Engine
Webinar
Developing Microservices with Google Hipster Demo, Istio Service Mesh and Distributed SQL
Webinar
Developing Cloud-Native Spring Microservices with a Distributed SQL Backend
Video
Distributed SQL Tricks and Tips: Upgrading a Local YugabyteDB Cluster
Webinar
Distributed SQL Operational Best Practices with YugabyteDB
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Distributed SQL Tricks and Tips: Getting Started with a YugabyteDB Install, Sample DBs and Tools
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Distributed SQL Tricks and Tips: Getting Started with PostgreSQL’s Authentication and Authorization
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Distributed SQL Tricks and Tips: Getting Started with PostgreSQL’s Row-Level Security
Webinar
Designing a Change Data Capture and Two Data Center Architecture for a Distributed SQL Database
Webinar
Distributed Databases Deconstructed: CockroachDB, TiDB, and YugabyteDB
Video
Plume Powers Millions of Smart Homes with Near Real-Time Cloud-Agnostic, Distributed SQL
Video
Narvar's Journey: Scaling Microservices and Distributed Databases in a Multi-Cloud World
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