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Should I Use the Primary Key in All Queries? How Will I Find the Right Tablet Without the Primary Key?
This edition of the Distributed SQL Tips and Tricks blog looks how and why Yugabyte handles efficient row retrieval using a primary key, as well as the implications of not having one.
Discover how YugabyteDB’s JDBC smart driver and the Hikari pooling mechanism facilitate automatic failover and connection management for client applications connecting to distributed systems/databases, with a specific focus on the YSQL API.
Discover how to identify CPU, RAM, or I/O pressure in your database by utilizing Linux metrics and the Pressure Stall Information (PSI) metric. This blog post also demonstrates how to query Linux information using PostgreSQL and the file_fdw extension, offering valuable insights for DBAs and developers.
YugabyteDB Managed users can now benefit from hosting dedicated clusters on Microsoft Azure, offering a fully managed experience with enterprise-grade features, global availability in over 15 Azure regions, and easy deployment options.
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Discover the reasons behind Rangasayee Lalgudi Chandrasekaran’s decision to join Yugabyte as their first product manager in India, where a culture of trust and an outstanding product converge to create a compelling opportunity for innovation and growth. Learn about his experiences and why Yugabyte’s commitment to trust and excellence made it the perfect choice for his career.
Let’s walk through some examples to see the importance of the conditional WHERE clause in PostgreSQL, especially when dealing with data that requires extensive filtering.