Planet-Scale SQL

YugaByte DB is an open source database for high performance applications that require ACID transactions and planet-scale data distribution.
Use Cases for Planet-Scale SQL
Retail & E-Commerce

Delight customers with consistent product catalogs. Increase sales with real-time user personalization. Keep infrastructure costs low through dynamic scaling.

Financial Services

Rock solid reliability and performance for powering mission-critical applications responsible for customer, order and transaction system-of-record data.

Online Gaming

Store player profiles and leaderboards at global scale. Low latency and high throughput data access to build desktop-like experiences for online games.

Why YugaByte DB for Planet-Scale SQL
PostgreSQL Compatible
  • Fully compatible with PostgreSQL
  • Sub-millisecond read latency
  • Linearly scalable write throughput
Distributed ACID
  • Multi-shard transactions
  • Strongly consistent replication
  • Jepsen test suite verified
Multi-Region
  • Global data distribution
  • Auto sharding & rebalancing
  • Fast read replicas for remote regions
Multi-Model
  • Relational
  • Document & Key-Value
  • Graph, Time Series and more
Multi-API
  • Cassandra & Redis compatible
  • Multiple APIs, single DB core
  • Build private DBaaS with ease
Multi-Cloud
  • AWS, GCP, Azure, Pivotal
  • Docker, Kubernetes
  • Private data centers
Multi-TB Density
  • Store up to 6 TB per node
  • Keep compute costs low
  • Serve ever-growing data apps
Open Source
  • Apache 2.0 license
  • Popular open APIs
  • 1-click upgrade to Enterprise
Integrations
  • Spring microservices
  • Apache Kafka streaming
  • Apache Spark analytics
How does YugaByte DB compare?
PostgreSQL DB
  • Linear write scalability
  • Self healing fault tolerance
  • Sub-millisecond latency
  • Distributed ACID transactions
  • Multi-TB data density
Google Cloud Spanner
  • Full PostgreSQL compatibility
  • No cloud lock-in
  • 10x more cost effective
  • Multi-Model & Multi-API
  • Multi-TB data density
MongoDB
  • Auto sharding & rebalancing
  • Distributed ACID transactions
  • Sub-millisecond latency
  • Multi-Model & Multi-API
  • Multi-TB data density