2018-09-11PingCAPEngineering
PingCAP, a leading distributed database company that created the popular cloud-native NewSQL database TiDB, announces a $50 million Series C funding round led by FOSUN and Morningside Venture Capital. All previous investors—China Growth Capital, Yunqi Partners, Matrix Partners China, and others—have also participated in this round. PingCAP plans to use this new capital to expand the TiDB ecosystem globally, build cross-cloud product offering, and invest in innovation of its core technology.
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2018-08-30Max LiuOpen Source Community
TiDB recently added its 200th contributor. As CEO and co-founder of PingCAP who began building TiDB three years ago, I would like to thank the entire TiDB community for helping us reach this important milestone!
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2018-08-17Ed HuangEngineering
Since PingCAP started building TiDB, it has encountered countless challenges, pitfalls, and critical design choices. Over the past three years, the PingCAP team has answered many questions from the users. Ed Huang, the CTO of PingCAP, has summarized these questions into “9 why's” that every engineer may ask when looking at a distributed database and gives his answers to these questions in this post to help make decision-making of engineers a bit easier.
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2018-08-03PingCAPOpen Source Community
This guide is intended to show how you can land your first Pull Request (PR) in Rust to contribute to TiKV in less than 30 minutes. But before we do that, here's some helpful background.
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2018-07-10Shawn MaHTAP
The motivation behind building TiSpark was to enable real-time analytics on TiDB without the delay and challenges of ETL. Extract, transform, and load (ETL)--a process to extract data from operational databases, transform that data, then load it into a database designed to supporting analytics--has been one of the most complex, tedious, error-prone, and therefore disliked tasks for many data engineers. However, it was a necessary evil to make data useful, because there hasn't been good solutions on the market to render ETL obsolete--until now.
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2018-06-08Queeny JinHTAP
In this 5-minute tutorial for beginners, we will show you how to spin up a standard TiDB cluster using Docker Compose on your local computer, so you can get a taste of its hybrid power, before using it for work or your own project in production.
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