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Introducing YugabyteDB 2.7: The Most Comprehensive Coverage of Kubernetes Environments for Microservices

Introducing YugabyteDB 2.7: The Most Comprehensive Coverage of Kubernetes Environments for Microservices

YugabyteDB is the distributed SQL database of choice for building mission-critical microservices that deliver new customer experiences, improve operations, and drive innovation. We aim to make your experience of deploying and running YugabyteDB on any infrastructure seamless, be it Kubernetes, VMs, or bare metal across private, public, and hybrid cloud environments.

With our latest release, YugabyteDB 2.7, we have added updates to give developers the scalability and resilience they need from systems of record for their microservices.

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Announcing YugabyteDB 2.4

Announcing YugabyteDB 2.4

Run mission-critical applications at scale with enterprise-grade SLAs and security

Our mission at Yugabyte is to build the default distributed SQL database for cloud native applications in a multi-cloud world. We have been accelerating on this mission by bringing new features, growing our user base, and making our software as robust as possible. Today we are excited to announce the general availability of YugabyteDB 2.4 which includes major enhancements and provides enterprise-grade stability allowing you to deploy YugabyteDB in production environments.

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What’s New in YugabyteDB 2.5 – Enterprise-Grade Security Features

What’s New in YugabyteDB 2.5 – Enterprise-Grade Security Features

The YugabyteDB 2.5 release adds many critical enterprise-grade security features. This blog post outlines these newly added features.

Authentication

Adding scram-sha-256 authentication

The first notable addition is the addition of a much improved, password-based authentication mechanism called Salted Challenge Response Authentication Mechanism (or simply SCRAM) as described in RFC5802. This scram-sha-256 authentication mechanism, identical to the most secure PostgreSQL authentication schema,

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Announcing YugabyteDB 2.5

Announcing YugabyteDB 2.5

Support for Geo-Partitioning and Enterprise-Grade Security Features

Our mission at Yugabyte is to build the default distributed SQL database for cloud native applications in a multi cloud world. To further that mission, this release brings major enhancements to multi-region deployments, performance, and security features offered by the database – while simultaneously improving on high availability, horizontal scalability, and ease of managing the database.

  • Enhanced multi-region capabilities with geo-partitioning and follower reads: The YugabyteDB 2.5 release adds row-level geo-partitioning capabilities as well as follower reads to the extensive set of multi-region features that YugabyteDB already had.

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Yugabyte Adopts a New Versioning System

Yugabyte Adopts a New Versioning System

Many users in the YugabyteDB community simply love the velocity with which new and exciting features are introduced through frequent releases. However, as more and more business-critical applications start depending on YugabyteDB as the system of record database, there is an increasing need for enterprises to operate existing versions in production longer and avoid adopting fast-moving releases which can go through radical design changes. It’s clear we have different groups of users, each with important needs: those who need to go into production now with the generally available features,

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YugabyteDB Engineering & Community Update – July 10, 2019

YugabyteDB Engineering & Community Update – July 10, 2019

We are pleased to announce that YugabyteDB 1.2.12 is live! You can read the release notes of this and previous versions here. This release is shipping with 11 new enhancements and bug fixes. This also means we are getting closer to our 2.0 release at the end of the Summer in which the YSQL API will become generally available.

What’s YSQL? It’s YugabyteDB’s PostgreSQL-compatible, distributed SQL API.

To learn more about what’s shipping in the 2.0 release check out “YugabyteDB 2.0: A Distributed SQL Roadmap.”

[#1446] Visually Inspect YSQL Commands

This new feature is especially useful to SQL developers.

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YugabyteDB Engineering Update – May 2019

YugabyteDB Engineering Update – May 2019

A lot is happening at YugabyteDB since we announced 1.2, so we thought we’d provide the community with a quick recap of engineering highlights, announcements and shout outs to catch everyone up. Let’s dive in!

Progress on YugabyteDB 2.0

Check out our “Roadmap for YugabyteDB 2.0” to get more details on the exciting features shipping in the next big release this Summer!

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YugaByte Database Engineering Update – August 20, 2018

YugaByte Database Engineering Update – August 20, 2018

Time for another update from the engineering team at YugaByte! It has been a month since the last update, so let’s dive right in.

Community News

Recent Events

On the conference front, YugaByte was at Google Next towards the end of July. YugabyteDB was already very well integrated into the Google Cloud Compute ecosystem, we additionally announced support for Google Container Engine (GKE).

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YugaByte Database Community & Engineering Update — July 20, 2018

YugaByte Database Community & Engineering Update — July 20, 2018

Welcome to the inaugural edition of the YugabyteDB Community and Engineering update series! Let’s dive in and take a look at what has happened over the last few weeks.

Community News

There has been a lot of activity in terms of meetups and events. In June, YugaByte was at DockerCon. We also did a hands-on lab about building geo-distributed cloud apps at a Datariders meetup and a talk at Samsung about 

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YugabyteDB 1.0 — A Peek Under The Hood

YugabyteDB 1.0 — A Peek Under The Hood

Modern user-facing apps, like E-Commerce and SaaS, frequently require features from multiple databases (broadly — SQL, NoSQL and a cache) to support their multi-workload needs. App developers are responsible for understanding and managing which pieces of data should be stored in which SQL and NoSQL database. Furthermore, the app is also responsible for moving data across the tiers (e.g. populating the cache on reads and invalidating it on writes). This greatly increases development and operational complexity,

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