2019-07-30Ken LiuMySQL Scalability
Deploying transactional databases like TiDB in Kubernetes for production has always been challenging. Now, with TiDB Operator 1.0, running TiDB database clusters has never been easier.
2019-07-01Li ShenMySQL Scalability
TiDB 3.0 is released! This blog post introduces some highlights of TiDB 3.0, including major features focused on stability, significant performance improvements in Sysbench and TPC-C benchmarks, a newly introduced component, and important features and improvements.
2018-12-11Morgan TockerMySQL Scalability
This post introduces the top five key differences between TiDB and MySQL.
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.
2018-04-29Shen LiMySQL Scalability
TiDB 2.0 is released! We absorbed insights and feedbacks from our customers, listened to requests and issues from our community, and reflected internally on our ultimate vision of building a distributed hybrid transactional and analytical processing database that scales itself, heals itself, and lives in the cloud.