Check out our latest customer story to discover how YugabyteDB Managed on AWS became the preferred choice for CCCI’s advanced chatbot application due to its on-demand scalability and high availability.
A fintech firm is reshaping financial services using its scalable, cloud-native banking platform on YugabyteDB Managed. Opting for Yugabyte’s multi-region deployment, the company avoids cloud vendor lock-in and achieves greater resilience and performance, surpassing traditional databases like AWS Aurora MySQL.
Learn how to integrate YugabyteDB with Amazon Redshift database using the Amazon Web Services(AWS) Managed Kafka Stream (MSK) and YugabyteDB Change Data Capture (CDC) connector.
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Ensure robust security and secure access to sensitive data for Spring Boot applications using YugabyteDB’s advanced security features, including TLS encryption, and native cloud secret management services like AWS Secrets Manager, GCP Secret Manager, Azure Key Vault, or Hashicorp Vault.
As Amazon CTO Werner Vogels often reminds us: ”Everything fails, all the time”. This means any component of the infrastructure will fail at some point. However, with more and more software being deployed in the cloud, today’s infrastructure must provide redundancy. In addition, the applications that sit on top of it must provide continuity over failures.
This involves database replication when the failure concerns data in motion. But there are different levels of failures and different protection technologies.
At last month’s KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in Seattle, the single biggest change from previous container-related conferences was the excitement among the end user companies around their adoption of Kubernetes and the associated cloud native infrastructure ecosystem. The CNCF End User Community page today lists 50+ enterprises and 21+ case studies including those from industry bellwethers such as Capital One, Netflix, Nordstrom and Pinterest. There is a common adoption pattern among all these case studies —