We have five releases this month:
GetAllMembersfunction in the PD client to get PD member information
TiKV Project Authors
We published Celebrate TiKV Graduation within CNCF to celebrate TiKV's graduation from the CNCF.
Aylei Wu wrote an article TiDB Operator: Your TiDB Operations Expert in Kubernetes to answer the question of whether or not to run TiDB in Kubernetes and introduce to you TiDB Operator, your database operations expert for Kubernetes.
In How to Migrate Data from Amazon Aurora MySQL to TiDB Cloud, Yiwen Chen showed you how to migrate your data from Amazon Aurora MySQL to TiDB Cloud using the open-source Dumpling and TiDB Lightning tools.
Jiaqing Xu, the DBA at BIGO, wrote an article Why We Chose an HTAP Database over MySQL for Horizontal Scaling and Complex Queries to talk about how BIGO has benefited from TiDB and its new features in TiDB 4.0.
In Chaos Mesh 1.0: Chaos Engineering on Kubernetes Made Easier, Chaos Mesh Maintainers were proud to announce the general availability of Chaos Mesh® 1.0, following its entry into CNCF as a sandbox project in July, 2020.
chaos-mesh-action: Integrate Chaos Engineering into Your CI, written by Xiang Wang, introduced how we use chaos-mesh-action, a GitHub action to integrate Chaos Mesh into the CI process.
How We Build an HTAP Database That Simplifies Your Data Platform, an article based on Shawn Ma's talk given at TiDB DevCon 2020, shared with you what HTAP is and how TiDB makes the most of the HTAP architecture.
In Announcing HTAP support in TiDB Cloud, we were glad to announce that TiDB Cloud, our fully managed database service powered by TiDB, now supports Hybrid Transactional/Analytical Processing (HTAP) workloads.
ZaloPay: Using a Scale-Out MySQL Alternative to Serve Millions of Users, an article based on Tan To Nguyen Duy (the DevOps Engineer at VNG Corporation)‘s sharing at TiDB DevCon 2020, explained why his team chose TiDB as ZaloPay's merchant platform core database.
Haodong Ji, the head DBA at Zhuan Zhuan, wrote an article A Scale-Out Database Powers China's Letgo with Reduced Maintenance Costs to introduce how TiDB 4.0's new features make TiDB easier to use and reduce their operations and maintenance costs.
nowaitsyntax on DDL operations
We'd like to welcome the following new contributors to TiDB and thank them for their work!