The Paramount+ tech team mastered the “art of scaling” by deploying their streaming platform across multiple cloud regions, ensuring high availability and resilience during peak traffic. How can you replicate this scalability and reliability across regions? In this blog, we’ll explore two possible design patterns using a sample application.
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Building a resilient application requires readiness for unexpected database issues, such as temporary network glitches or brief database unavailability, ensuring they don’t affect functionality. In this blog, I’ll demonstrate setting up a solid retry mechanism and manage transactions effectively in a Spring Boot application using YugabyteDB.
YugabyteDB Managed now supports Okta and PingOne for single sign-on (SSO), offering users enhanced identity security and the flexibility to select their preferred authentication method. This update not only simplifies user access and management but also introduces key features and benefits aimed at boosting security, convenience, and scalability for organizations.
Paramount+ enhanced its streaming service’s scalability and reliability by migrating to YugabyteDB and deploying across multiple regions. See how this migration marked a significant improvement in their infrastructure to meet customer demands.
Discover how integrating YugabyteDB with Apache Hudi transforms data lakehouse capabilities, offering unparalleled real-time processing and scalability. This blend of technologies not only manages vast data volumes efficiently but also ensures transactional consistency.
Announcing the CIS Benchmark for YugabyteDB. Our latest blog explains how this benchmark elevates data security and aids businesses, particularly those in regulated sectors like finance and healthcare, in achieving stringent compliance standards.
Organizations are adopting a ‘hybrid-first’ approach, balancing on-premises and cloud environments for greater flexibility and cost efficiency. This shift, driven by security and data sovereignty concerns, is redefining the traditional reliance on cloud services.
In this second installment of our blog series on creating a secure DBaaS, we delve into the evaluation and selection of Wazuh, a self-hosted open-source SIEM/SOAR solution. We detail the its deployment within YugabyteDB’s infrastructure, including its integration into our production database nodes and how it captures data from various cloud service providers for comprehensive security monitoring.
At Yugabyte, we embarked on securing our fully managed DBaaS by evaluating and implementing the right SIEM/SOAR solutions. This 1st blog of a series details the first part of our journey, from outlining requirements to the challenges of finding the right SEIM tool.
The cloud revolution, initially promising for application scaling, falls short in database scalability, facing challenges with concurrent user management and processing. To truly harness cloud benefits and meet peak demands, organizations must consider horizontally scalable, cloud-native databases over traditional, monolithic SQL systems.