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The Planned 2021 YugabyteDB Roadmap

The Planned 2021 YugabyteDB Roadmap

Our mission at Yugabyte is to build the default distributed SQL database for cloud native applications in a multi cloud world. We recently announced the general availability of Yugabyte 2.5, which brought new features like Geo-Partitioning and Enterprise-Grade security features in addition to major enhancements in multi-region deployments and performance – while also improving on high availability, horizontal scalability, and ease of managing the database. The Yugabyte team is currently working on even more exciting features,

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Announcing Distributed SQL Summit Asia Registration Is Now Open!

Announcing Distributed SQL Summit Asia Registration Is Now Open!

Earlier this year, we held the second annual Distributed SQL Summit, a free online conference to push the boundaries of cloud native RDBMS forward. (You can view all the talks on our Vimeo channel) Attendee feedback was very positive, the engagement level was high, and the talks were amazing! We heard the request from several community members to take the show on the (virtual) road to other timezones to make it easier to join live.

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What’s New in YugabyteDB Docs – December 2020

What’s New in YugabyteDB Docs – December 2020

Welcome to this latest post on what’s new and improved in YugabyteDB Docs! We’re continually adding to and updating the documentation to give you the information you need to make the most out of YugabyteDB. 

As a reminder, YugabyteDB provides two distributed SQL APIs:

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YugabyteDB Open Source Community Update – November 2020

YugabyteDB Open Source Community Update – November 2020

We just released YugabyteDB 2.5, and open source software like this doesn’t happen without an awesome open source community backing it. As the year draws to a close, we’d like to take the opportunity to call out some YugabyteDB community highlights from 2020.

Our commitment to open source

First, it is worth restating that YugabyteDB doesn’t pay lip service to open source like other database projects.

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Distributed SQL Summit Schedule Now Live!

Distributed SQL Summit Schedule Now Live!

In two weeks, thought leaders, database builders, and application developers are coming together for a free online conference to push the boundaries of cloud native RDBMS forward. Distributed SQL (Virtual) Summit, now in its second year, is taking place September 15-17.

We’re excited to announce that the 2020 Distributed SQL Summit schedule is now live!

Speakers include:

  • VMware – Joe Beda, Principal Engineer
  • Trifacta/UC Berkeley –

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My Time as a Yugabyte Software Engineering Intern

My Time as a Yugabyte Software Engineering Intern

February – A Unique Introduction

It was late February, and I had spent the past several weeks learning everything I could about the distributed database ecosystem. As an intern on the Investment Team at 8VC, I had gotten the chance to work on technical due diligence under Partner & CTO Bhaskar Ghosh, taking a multitude of pitches every week and constantly shifting contexts. One of those companies speaking with us was Yugabyte,

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Staying Connected During COVID-19: Join Us at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2020

Staying Connected During COVID-19: Join Us at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2020

We are excited to sponsor KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2020 and participate alongside other open source and cloud native communities coming together to drive cloud native computing forward. Although many people across the world remain physically distanced (us included), we believe that coming together as a community and maintaining a sense of connection are still very essential and important. That’s why we are happy to take part in the virtual KubeCon + CloudNativeCon event taking place August 17-20,

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Introducing yugabyted, the Simplest Way to Get Started with YugabyteDB

Introducing yugabyted, the Simplest Way to Get Started with YugabyteDB

Users familiar with YugabyteDB’s architecture know that it is based on two servers where cluster metadata storage and administrative operations are managed by a YB-Master metadata server that is independent from the YB-TServer database server. The end result is that the YB-Master server can be configured and tuned (in a manner that is completely isolated from YB-TServer) to achieve higher performance and faster resilience than a single-server architecture. However, the need for these two servers to come together in a cluster increases the mental burden on a new user who wants to experience the database’s benefits in the shortest time possible.

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What’s New and Improved in YugabyteDB Docs – August 2020

What’s New and Improved in YugabyteDB Docs – August 2020

Welcome to this month’s edition of what’s new and improved in YugabyteDB Docs. We’re continually adding to and updating the documentation to give you the information you need to make the most out of YugabyteDB. This post covers recent content added, and changes made, to the YugabyteDB documentation since the last posting.

Before we dive into the details, a reminder that YugabyteDB provides two distributed SQL APIs on top of DocDB,

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TPC-C Benchmark: 10,000 Warehouses on YugabyteDB

TPC-C Benchmark: 10,000 Warehouses on YugabyteDB

We are excited to announce that the TPC-C benchmark implementation for YugabyteDB is now open source and ready to use! While this implementation is not officially ratified by the TPC organization, it closely follows the TPC-C v5.11.0 specification.

For those new to TPC-C, the aim of the benchmark is to test how a database performs when handling transactions generated by a real-world OLTP application. This blog post shows the results of running the TPC-C benchmark in addition to outlining our experience of developing and running a TPC-C benchmark against YugabyteDB.

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