In a previous blog, we developed an application-level sharding layout to avoid hotspots. With that layout in mind, where order is maintained within each shard, let’s discuss how to design a query to return data with pagination while maintaining the global ordering.
Tag: Distributed SQL
YugabyteDB is the first distributed SQL database to receive the designation of AWS Graviton Ready Partner. Learn how we tested and optimized our database using Graviton ARM processors, and see how we delivered strong performance numbers.
As 2022 comes to an end, organizations will continue to shift their focus from using monolithic solutions to distributed SQL databases that better align with their cloud native architectures. And that is not the only shakeup we expect to see in the new year!
Check out our top 2023 database predictions based on trends we already see taking shape.
Some data model choices in distributed databases cause data to grow in one node before it moves to another node. This will cause one node to become a hotspot for reads and writes. This article explains how to avoid that.
It’s a common misconception that NewSQL and distributed SQL databases are the same. They’re not. Even though they’re both an evolution in the transactional database, there are significant differences. Distributed SQL adoption is growing because companies face new challenges that cannot be easily addressed with NoSQL, SQL, or NewSQL databases. Let’s look at five of them.
YugabyteDB Managed is a fully managed offering of the YugabyteDB database. It delivers the power of distributed SQL with the ease of use of a database-as-a-service. It’s an effortless distributed SQL database. But what can it help you achieve? This blog walks through four reasons developers and enterprises alike will love YugabyteDB Managed.
Welcome to the September 2022 edition of the YugabyteDB Tips and Tricks series, where we recap distributed SQL database questions from around the Internet! This month we will focused on recommended values for tablet splitting, behavior around high availability, client behavior when a node goes down, and sharding versus partitioning of a table.
After officially launching Yugabyte University in early 2022, we are happy to share a major milestone! Ten thousand amazing students are enrolled in various self-paced and instructor-led courses, certification programs, and builder workshops to better build their skillsets around distributed SQL and YugabyteDB. Read this blog for an overview of what’s currently available, including links to specific learning experiences.
This blog explores how to import and export Avro (a row-based storage format file) and Parquet (a columnar storage format file) and how to process the data with a YugabyteDB database using Azure Databricks.
DSS 2022 was the biggest and best distributed SQL event to date, with so many people engaged and enthused by distributed SQL and YugabyteDB. There were over 25 world-class keynotes, insightful fireside chats with industry-leading enterprises, and technical presentations by YugabyteDB and industry experts.
In case you missed the event or have not yet watched the replays, here are our top five takeaways!