Yugabyte has been recognized in the 2023 Gartner Magic Quadrant™ for Cloud Database Management Systems, highlighting our significant market impact and along with exceptional customer feedback. This achievement reflects our commitment to advancing cloud database management and marks a key milestone.
Geo-Distributed Databases and Applications
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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.
Admiral’s VRM platform enhances audience engagement and streamlines subscriptions while adhering to GDPR and CCPA standards. Learn why they chose YugabyteDB Managed for its high performance and geo-distribution capabilities, ensuring rapid data access and processing.
This healthtech company leverages YugabyteDB Managed to power a global application that fosters collaboration among healthcare specialists, ensuring streamlined data compliance and insights.
This edition of the Distributed SQL Tips and Tricks blog looks at how to achieve region-level fault tolerance with row-level geo-partitioning.
This blog examines the geo-distributed deployment topologies offered with YugabyteDB that can future-proof your data infrastructure and support your app’s needs.
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.
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.