Before jumping into the feature updates, in case you missed it we announced an update to our naming: Yugabyte Cloud is now called YugabyteDB Managed! So, now with that out of the way, let’s get to the exciting new features in YugabyteDB Managed.
Category: Community News
We held our second annual Distributed SQL Summit (DSS) Asia annual conference on the 30th and 31st of March 2022, following great feedback from our initial event and user demand.
This two-day online conference was packed with fascinating presentations, discussions, and demos from customers, partners, and our own experts.
With 35 engaging sessions to choose from, and more than 40 speakers, the conference served as a hub for advocates, partners, customers,
We are thrilled to announce the general availability of YugabyteDB 2.13. This is a major release that delivers better control over where geo-distributed deployments store and access data. More specifically, it allows enterprises to lower data transfer costs, improve performance, and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. This release also includes new features and integrations to enhance developer experience.
YugabyteDB offers a rich set of deployment and replication options in geo-distributed environments.
Hello Everyone! I am Lakshmi, a tech product marketing intern for the Yugabyte Asia Pacific Japan (APJ) team. It has been my first month working at Yugabyte and I am thankful for the opportunity. Beyond my internship, I am a final year student at the NUS Business School in Singapore, specializing in Business Analytics.
Prior to joining Yugabyte APJ, I had always been interested in the world of startups.
Last November, we announced the general availability of YugabyteDB 2.11, a major release which extends PostgreSQL compatibility of the open source distributed SQL database. All these features are readily available in this stable release for any production environment.
In addition to making these features GA, YugabyteDB 2.12 introduces several new capabilities and significant improvements towards seamless security and better manageability.
Building customer trust is a top priority at Yugabyte.
In this post, we shine a spotlight on Admiral’s Co-Founder, James Hartig. Read on to learn more about James’ passion for databases and the first time he heard about YugabyteDB. He also discusses his experience using YugabyteDB Managed (formerly Yugabyte Cloud) to serve 10,000 queries per second across three continents.
This post was written by Nim Wijetunga, a Yugabyte intern during fall 2021. Nim’s currently a software engineering student at the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
My journey into distributed databases began in early 2021. I was an intern at Snowflake and was part of the core FoundationDB (FDB) team. FDB is an open source distributed key-value store. Snowflake and Apple are currently the largest contributors (and maintainers) of FDB.
Hello, my name is Akshat, and I joined Yugabyte on June 1, 2021. I’m a Software Engineer on the Yugabyte Cloud team. This is my first full-time job. In this blog post, I’d like to talk about my experience working here over the past six months and the amazing growth I’ve had since joining.
I knew about Yugabyte before I joined the company. I was familiar with the product,
This morning we announced the general availability of YugabyteDB 2.11, a major release which extends PostgreSQL compatibility of the open source distributed SQL database! These updates allow application developers to use powerful and familiar PostgreSQL features without compromising resilience, scale, or performance. You can find out how to evaluate PostgreSQL compatibility in YugabyteDB and other popular distributed databases by registering for our upcoming livestream.
One of the biggest roadblocks to database adoption is a lack of familiarity.
Most companies now realize that compatibility with a widely adopted SQL API is essential to ensure the success of their modern distributed SQL databases.
But, there are many SQL database options available and each one takes a different approach to PostgreSQL compatibility. This can have major implications for the developers and applications leveraging these databases.
In this on-demand webinar, Yugabyte CTO and Co-Founder Karthik Ranganathan discusses the key criteria you can use to evaluate PostgreSQL compatibility.