See how to utilize the YugabyteDB CDC Connector to process data stored as protobuf encoded binary in microservices. We cover the steps involved in storing the data and how it can be efficiently processed in other microservices.
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.
In this blog post, Solutions Engineer Arisa Izuno shares what attracted her to Yugabyte and to the YugabyteDB database. Spoiler alert: 100% open source, our ability to run everywhere, and the chance to help Japanese companies reach their digital transformation goals.
We are excited to announce that registration is now open for our fourth annual Distributed SQL Summit (DSS) 2022 on September 14th.
This virtual event will be our biggest global event to date. Additionally, a series of in-person DSS days around the world will follow this event.
The Distributed SQL Summit 2022 brings together the Distributed SQL community, customers, partners, and industry thought leaders. The goal of the event is to explore the challenges and opportunities of database modernization and transformation.
Explore how database sharding works, how to handle corner cases correctly, and how to split tablets to save resources.
Kubernetes has become widely adopted in the Fortune 500. Many companies are now using the platform to run stateless and stateful applications on-premises or as hybrid cloud deployments in production. Of course, with any new technology, there are growing pains when running resilient Kubernetes workloads. But most executives and developers agree that the benefits far outweigh the challenges.
Data on the Kubernetes ecosystem is evolving rapidly with the rise of stateful applications. However,
We held our second annual Distributed SQL Summit (DSS) Asia annual conference on the 30th and 31st of March 2022, following great feedback from our initial event and user demand.
This two-day online conference was packed with fascinating presentations, discussions, and demos from customers, partners, and our own experts.
With 35 engaging sessions to choose from, and more than 40 speakers, the conference served as a hub for advocates, partners, customers,
A distributed SQL database is a single logical relational database deployed on a cluster of servers. The database automatically replicates and distributes data across multiple servers. These databases are strongly consistent and support consistency across availability and geographic zones in the cloud.
At a minimum, a distributed SQL database has the following characteristics:
- A SQL API for accessing and manipulating data and objects
- Automatic distribution of data across nodes in a cluster
- Automatic replication of data in a strongly consistent manner
- Support for distributed query execution so clients do not need to know about the underlying distribution of data
- Support for distributed ACID transactions
But should you run a distributed SQL database in Kubernetes?
I’ve been working with distributed systems, platforms, and databases for the last seven years. Back in 2015, many architects began using distributed databases to scale beyond the boundaries of a single machine or server. They selected such a database for its horizontal scalability, even if its performance remained comparable to a conventional single-server database.
Now, with the rise of cloud native applications and serverless architecture, distributed databases need to do more than provide horizontal scalability.
In the first post in this series, we covered how to secure YugabyteDB’s internal RPC protocol using the TLS encryption protocol, also referred to as server-to-server encryption in transit. In this post, we secure the communication between SQL clients and the PostgresQL query interface of YugabyteDB, also called client-to-server encryption in transit.
YugabyteDB—a 100% open source, distributed SQL database built to accelerate cloud native agility—stores important user and customer data at an organization.