This post introduces Nick's experience in migrating the TiKV Rust client from Futures 0.1 to 0.3.
2019-06-11Kevin XuOpen Source Community
In this post, Kevin Xu shares the PingCAP team's experience and activities at Percona Live in Austin, including several technical sharing sessions and boosting friendship with people inside and outside PingCAP.
2019-04-29PingCAPOpen Source Community
PingCAP has been an active member in the Rust community and one of the first production users of Rust in building TiKV. As part of being a co-organizer for the first RustCon Asia, PingCAP also contributed several topics in both keynote sessions and workshops.
2019-02-12Kevin XuOpen Source Community
In this post, Kevin Xu shares the PingCAP team's experience and activities at FOSDEM 2019, including three talks they delivered at the conference -- the first one about TiDB and its architecture, horizontal scalability and MySQL compatibility, the second about improving development posture in Rust based on the work building TiKV, and the last about Rust implementation of Prometheus.
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.
As an open-source distributed scalable HTAP database, TiDB uses the Raft Consensus Algorithm in its distributed transactional key-value storage engine, TiKV, to ensure data consistency, auto-failover, and fault tolerance. TiDB has thus far been used by more than 200 companies in their production environments in a wide range of industries, from e-commerce and food delivery, to fintech, media, gaming, and travel.