Download “Distributed SQL for Dummies,” the guide that offers a roadmap to superior scalability, security, and flexibility in a cloud-native setting, essential for today’s diverse business scenarios.
At the 5th annual Distributed SQL Summit, Yugabyte CTO, Karthik Ranganathan unveiled product enhancements for YugabyteDB, supercharging PostgreSQL performance and addressing its traditional weak points with innovative features in YugabyteDB 2.19 and Voyager 1.5.
Distributed SQL offers greater scalability, availability, and geo-distribution of data compared to PostgreSQL, but it is important to understand the differences in behaviors between the two systems in order to make the most of your distributed SQL database.
Join the fifth annual Distributed SQL Summit (DSS) on September 12th, a virtual event uniting the distributed SQL community to tackle database modernization challenges and explore adopting distributed SQL databases for any app, at any scale, across any cloud.
Don’t miss out on the latest insights and trends in database modernization and distributed SQL! Watch the on-demand videos from the 3rd Annual Distributed SQL Summit Asia (DSS Asia). With 18 presentations from industry leaders including Tokopedia, Airwallex, Red Hat, and Yugabyte, there’s something for everyone.
Discover how to best achieve high availability and disaster recovery using two data centers. This blog compares traditional monolithic databases with distributed SQL, and then discusses how it is all possible using YugabyteDB with cross-cluster replication capabilities.
Join the free virtual Distributed SQL Summit (DSS) Asia event on March 28th to learn about database modernization and distributed SQL, featuring talks by industry-leading speakers from companies like Airwallex, Novopay, Tokopedia, Red Hat, Mindgate, Yugabyte, and more, with three tailored talk tracks for everyone. Check out the full schedule and register now to attend!
In this excerpt from the recent white paper, Migrating From Monolithic to Cloud Native Operational Databases, we look at three of the challenges faced by companies using the current generation of NoSQL databases and why distributed SQL may be a better choice.
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.
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.