2020-11-26Hui ZhangOpen Source Community
NetEase Fuxi AI Lab is China's first professional game AI research institution. In their search for a Chaos Engineering tool to test their Kubernetes-based AI training platform, they chose Chaos Mesh and have improved their system resiliency ever since.
Chaos MeshChaos Engineering
2020-11-24Xinye TaoEngineering
This article illustrates the best practices of running TiDB on AWS, including how to choose the suitable cloud storage and properly configure the system.
Best practiceRaftCloud
2020-11-17PingCAP
With great pleasure, we are announcing that we have raised $270 million in Series D funding led by global investors. We are looking for more innovations, global expansion, and more team growth as we strive to build the database of the future.
Announcement
2020-11-16Will ZhangOpen Source Community
A site reliability engineer gives a step-by-step tutorial on how to deploy TiDB on KubeSphere, an open-source, distributed GUI operating system with Kubernetes as its kernel.
TiDB OperatorCloud-nativeKubernetesTutorial
2020-11-11Zhi QiEngineering
By combining Apache Flink and TiDB, we offer an efficient, easy-to-use, real-time data warehouse with horizontal scalability and high availability.
ScalabilityHTAPReal-time analytics
2020-11-04PingCAPEngineering
DM 2.0 has reached general availability. It supports highly available migration tasks and shard merging and migration in optimistic mode.
Ecosystem toolsData migrationHigh availabilityAnnouncement
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