At the 5th annual Distributed SQL Summit, Yugabyte CTO, Karthik Ranganathan unveiled product enhancements for YugabyteDB, supercharging PostgreSQL performance and addressing its traditional weak points with innovative features in YugabyteDB 2.19 and Voyager 1.5.
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YugabyteDB 2.19 introduces a revolutionary built-in Connection Manager, transforming PostgreSQL’s well-documented connection challenges into strengths. The enhanced manager boosts connection creation speeds up to 20x and supports up to 5x more connections, all while maintaining consistent throughput.
Learn how YugabyteDB handles node loss and recovery to ensure consistent, continuous availability. With features like a 3-second leader re-election process and a robust fallback mechanism, your cluster can tolerate disruptions and resume optimal operation efficiently.
Chaos testing, mirroring elite athletes’ rigorous training, pushes systems to their limits to ensure resilience. Dive into our case study using YugabyteDB’s CDC feature to see this in action, highlighting our dedication to a building a reliable and resilient database solution.
In distributed databases like YugabyteDB, managing unique, sequential numbers across multiple applications can introduce latency. This blog explores the different ways YugabyteDB makes sequence generation efficient and offers insights on enhancing performance in distributed setups.
YugabyteDB Voyager 1.5 makes it’s debut with a standout feature: live migration from Oracle and an intriguing preview of an upcoming database assessment tool. Discover more or watch our quick dem.
Discover why YugabyteDB doesn’t support PostgreSQL extensions pg_repack and pg_buffercache. While YugabyteDB leverages the Postgres query layer, its unique approach to the storage layer makes certain extensions unnecessary.
Announcing YugabyteDB Managed’s Transformative Updates for Resilience, Monitoring, Security, and Scalability
YugabyteDB Managed introduces five transformative updates, including the ability to create multi-region clusters on Microsoft Azure, unified monitoring with external metrics export, enhanced security with AWS or Azure Privatelink, increased fault tolerance, and flexible read replica scaling for optimal price-performance.
Discover how YugabyteDB gives you the flexibility to set different RF values and server counts for your read replica cluster. Tailor your replica nodes for optimized low-latency reads across multiple regions while maintaining a separate replication factor for high availability.
Introducing PgCompute—a client-side extension for PostgreSQL aimed at revitalizing the use of database functions by allowing developers to create and optimize them seamlessly within their preferred IDE and programming language.