TiCDC is TiDB's change data capture framework. It is now generally available. This post introduces its features, application scenarios, and real-world case studies.
Ecosystem toolsAnnouncement
2020-10-06Manuel RiggerEngineering
Dr. Manuel Rigger and his colleague have found 400+ bugs in popular DBMSs, including 50+ TiDB bugs. Learn their experience in finding logic bugs in DBMSs.
Bug fixDevCon
2020-09-29Xiang WangEngineering
Chaos Mesh is a cloud-native chaos testing platform that orchestrates chaos in Kubernetes environments. This article shares how to use chaos-mesh-action, a GitHub action to integrate Chaos Mesh into the CI process.
Chaos MeshChaos EngineeringGitHub ActionContinuous Integration
2020-09-25Chaos Mesh MaintainersEngineering
Today, we are proud to announce the general availability of Chaos Mesh® 1.0, following its entry into CNCF as a sandbox project in July, 2020. After 10 months of effort within the open-source community, Chaos Mesh is now ready in terms of functionality, scalability, and ease of use. Here are some highlights.
AnnouncementChaos MeshChaos Engineering
2020-09-24Aylei WuEngineering
This post analyzes the pros and cons of running databases in Kubernetes. It also introduces TiDB Operator, a tool for managing TiDB clusters in Kubernetes, and describes how large companies are using it in their production environments as well as their best practices.
Cloud-nativeKubernetesTiDB Operator
2020-09-04Yiwen ChenEngineering
This post introduces how to smoothly migrate data from Amazon Aurora MySQL to TiDB Cloud using Dumpling and TiDB Lightning.
TiDB CloudAmazon AuroraData migrationTutorial
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