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Distributed SQL Summit Asia Recap: How Xignite Delivers Financial Data at Scale

Distributed SQL Summit Asia Recap: How Xignite Delivers Financial Data at Scale

At Distributed SQL Summit Asia, Qin Yu – VP, Engineering, Xignite – presented a talk on how Xignite uses YugabyteDB to power its technology infrastructure to meet the current and future data needs of its financial services and fintech customers.

Xignite – A pioneer in market data innovation

Xignite is on a mission of “making market data easy.” It does this by offering a cloud-based Market Data Management Solution that aggregates and manages market data in the cloud,

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Distributed SQL Tips and Tricks – July 9th, 2021

Distributed SQL Tips and Tricks – July 9th, 2021

Welcome back to our bi-weekly tips and tricks blog where I have the pleasure of recapping some distributed SQL questions from around the Internet. This blog series would not be possible without all of the behind the scenes and community work done by YugabyteDB members such as Dorian Hoxha and Frits Hoogland. All of us here at Yugabyte also have to thank our incredible user community for their work with the technology,

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Multi-Region YugabyteDB Deployments on Kubernetes with Istio

Multi-Region YugabyteDB Deployments on Kubernetes with Istio

This blog post is written by guest author Bhavin Gandhi, Software Engineer at InfraCloud Technologies, Inc., in collaboration with teams at Yugabyte. InfraCloud helps startups, SMBs, and enterprises scale by adopting cloud native technologies.

As organizations deploy applications across multiple cloud regions to better meet user demand and comply with regulations such as GDPR, there is a need to distribute data across geographic regions.

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Auto-Balancing Data in YugabyteDB, a Distributed SQL Database

Auto-Balancing Data in YugabyteDB, a Distributed SQL Database

YugabyteDB is a distributed, fault tolerant and highly available database with extremely low latencies for reads and writes. Data in YugabyteDB is sharded, replicated and balanced across multiple nodes that can potentially be in different availability zones, regions or even clouds for that matter. In this blog post, we look at how data balancing happens in YugabyteDB and some of the key features of YugabyteDB’s “Cluster Balancer.”

The cluster balancer runs once every second.

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Reads in YugabyteDB – Tuning Consistency, Latency and Fault Tolerance

Reads in YugabyteDB – Tuning Consistency, Latency and Fault Tolerance

Introduction

YugabyteDB is built primarily to be a CP database per the CAP theorem. It supports two interfaces – YSQL for SQL workloads and YCQL for Cassandra-like workloads. In this blog, we will primarily talk about the YCQL interface. When an application interacts with the database using the YCQL interface, the writes are always consistent and reads are consistent by default. When this level of consistency is not required, YugabyteDB supports two other types of reads:

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Migrating MySQL to YugabyteDB Using pgloader

Migrating MySQL to YugabyteDB Using pgloader

We understand that database migrations can be painful. We have helped users successfully migrate from MySQL to YugabyteDB, a PostgreSQL-compatible distributed SQL database. A very popular tool to accomplish this task is pgloader. In this post, we will cover how to migrate both your MySQL schema as well as data to YugabyteDB.

Prerequisites

Before starting the migration there are a few prerequisites you’ll need to address.

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Distributed SQL Tips and Tricks – June 10th, 2021

Distributed SQL Tips and Tricks – June 10th, 2021

Welcome back to our bi-weekly tips and tricks blog where we recap some distributed SQL questions from around the Internet. We’ll also review upcoming events, new documentation, and blogs that have been published recently. Got questions? Make sure to ask them on our YugabyteDB Slack channel, Forum, GitHub, or Stack Overflow. Let’s dive in:

Connection Pooling with YugabyteDB

When looking to pool your connections with YugabyteDB many users take a look at PgBouncer,

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The YugabyteDB Vagrant Box

The YugabyteDB Vagrant Box

Using Vagrant, anyone running Windows, Linux or Mac OS X can run and test drive a YugabyteDB cluster without the need to install and configure YugabyteDB. Plus, you can start over if you want to test something different in a matter of minutes, or scale up the cluster, etc.

Please mind that the Vagrant images are non-official images for demo and test purposes, and not configured nor representative for performance.

This is how it works (Mac OS X):

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People and Potential: Why I Joined Yugabyte

People and Potential: Why I Joined Yugabyte

When I first started my graduate studies in databases in 2012, I remember reading a freshly-minted paper that was making big waves in the DB community: Spanner: Google’s Globally-Distributed Database. I remember being blown away by the scale of the problems being tackled. Synchronizing a globally-distributed database while maintaining a usable transaction latency seemed an impossible task, one that comes with challenges that only exist on the global scale. As a naive grad student,

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The Next Chapter for Falarica – Building the Default Database for the Cloud

The Next Chapter for Falarica – Building the Default Database for the Cloud

Hi there…a big hello from all of us at Falarica!!!

It is with immense pleasure and great pride that we, Falarica.io, decided to join hands with Yugabyte to build great data products together. Thanks to the entire Yugabyte team for extending a very warm welcome to us. And of course a very big thank you to the entire Falarica team for their hard work in creating considerable value in a short span of time.

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