YugabyteDB 2.19.2 introduces full support for Read Committed Isolation with Wait-On-Conflict, essential for PostgreSQL users looking to seamlessly lift-and-shift applications to a distributed environment. This feature ensures parity with PostgreSQL while leveraging the scale and resilience of YugabyteDB, simplifying the transition for users.
YugabyteDB 2.19 introduces a revolutionary built-in Connection Manager, transforming PostgreSQL’s well-documented connection challenges into strengths. The enhanced manager boosts connection creation speeds up to 20x and supports up to 5x more connections, all while maintaining consistent throughput.
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.
Temenos could not continue to rely on monolithic databases for manufacturing business operations. They needed a high-availability, scale-out transactional database, so they turned to YugabyteDB. They recently announced that the Temenos Banking Cloud is achieving 100,000 business transactions per second. Learn how that performance benchmark was achieved.
At Yugabyte, we welcome competition and criticism. We believe these aspects are essential to the wide adoption of a business-critical, fully open source project like YugabyteDB. Specifically, constructive criticism helps us improve the project for the benefit of our large community of users. Engineers at Cockroach Labs posted their analysis of how CockroachDB compares with YugabyteDB a few months ago. We thank them for taking the time to do so.
YugabyteDB 2.0 is now available! This release features the production-ready Yugabyte SQL (YSQL) API. Discover new updates, including performance benchmarks, Jepsen test results, and a sneak peek at upcoming Beta features.
One of the flagship features of the Yugabyte distributed SQL database is the PostgreSQL-compatible YSQL API. Let’s take a look at the performance and scalability of YSQL and compare it to two other PostgreSQL-compatible databases—Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL and CockroachDB.
This benchmarking blog comparing YugabyteDB vs CockroachDB highlights key differences in handling distributed SQL workloads, emphasizing performance and feature advantages.
Yugabyte’s 50-node cluster benchmark demonstrates linear scalability in YugabyteDB, doubling throughput from 25 to 50 nodes with consistently low latencies. Conducted on Google Cloud Platform, these results highlight YugabyteDB’s cloud-native capabilities, applicable across various cloud and on-premise environments.