It’s a common misconception that NewSQL and distributed SQL databases are the same. They’re not. Even though they’re both an evolution in the transactional database, there are significant differences. Distributed SQL adoption is growing because companies face new challenges that cannot be easily addressed with NoSQL, SQL, or NewSQL databases. Let’s look at five of them.
Author: Michael Haag
YugabyteDB Managed is a fully managed offering of the YugabyteDB database. It delivers the power of distributed SQL with the ease of use of a database-as-a-service. It’s an effortless distributed SQL database. But what can it help you achieve? This blog walks through four reasons developers and enterprises alike will love YugabyteDB Managed.
We are committed to delivering new YugabyteDB distributed database capabilities that enhance the Microsoft Intelligent Data Platform experience for our joint customers by dramatically simplifying the process to connect YugabyteDB with Microsoft Azure Synapse Analytics.
The fourth annual Distributed SQL Summit (DSS) is fast approaching. Taking place on September 14th, this virtual event will bring the entire distributed SQL community together to explore the challenges and opportunities of database modernization and transformation. In this blog, Bill Cook, Yugabyte CEO; Karthik Ranganathan, Co-Founder and CTO; and Kannan Muthukkaruppan, Co-Founder and President, share why they think YOU should register to attend, and why they are excited to participate.
As you make progress with your infrastructure and application modernization efforts, it’s essential that you also update and invest in your cloud native data layer.
This blog discusses the newly released YugabyteDB on Tanzu Reference Architecture paper.
Our team continues to deliver new innovations, so we are excited to announce our latest stable release—YugabyteDB 2.14, which delivers higher performance, security and YugabyteDB Anywhere enhancements.
YugabyteDB is quickly becoming the cloud native relational database for the world’s most demanding enterprises, driving data-driven innovation in the face of growth, uncertainty, and change.
The following text is an excerpt from the new ebook, New Retail Era: 5 Way to Grow with a Modern Data Layer
“Be Prepared.” The Boy Scouts of America’s motto seems more relevant today than ever before. The past few years have taught us that the world can change rapidly. Preparing for the digital future, whether from planned innovations or unexpected scenarios, is a top priority for retail IT executives.
Data is at the heart of innovation in retail. It also plays a critical role in driving transformative customer experiences. Unfortunately, the existing data layer powering key services forces unacceptable tradeoffs — whether in data consistency, scale, cost, or flexibility.
Leading retailers are rapidly adopting Yugabyte’s distributed multi-cloud SQL database, YugabyteDB. This database provides key data consistency. It also offers the resilience, security and seamless scalability needed for both existing and new cloud-native applications.
As global companies engage in app modernization initiatives, their developers find it increasingly difficult to match those efforts with a strong data layer. These developers continue to work with costly monolithic databases like Oracle or DB2 and NoSQL databases that forgo strong data consistency and important relational features. But it’s clear a modern database is required to match the ambition of app modernization.
That’s where the YugabyteDB and VMware Tanzu story comes in.
Today, we are announcing new names for our product offerings that were previously referred to as Yugabyte Platform and Yugabyte Cloud. The features and capabilities of these products aren’t changing. However, we hope the new names better capture their underlying features and benefits.
We realized that our previous product names did not properly communicate our vision for the product nor easily identify what our products do. But don’t worry, both YugabyteDB and our company name,