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YugaByte DB Engineering Update – May 2019

A lot is happening at YugaByte DB since we announced 1.2, so we thought we’d provide the community with a quick recap of engineering highlights, announcements and shout outs to catch everyone up. Let’s dive in!

Progress on YugaByte DB 2.0

Check out our “Roadmap for YugaByte DB 2.0” to get more details on the exciting features shipping in the next big release this Summer!

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YugaByte DB 2.0: A Distributed SQL Roadmap

The YugaByte DB community is eagerly looking forward to v2.0, the next major release expected in Summer 2019. Needless to say, we are very excited about the depth and breadth of features in this release. Here’s an overview of the various areas we expect the new release to cover.

Distributed SQL

YSQL is YugaByte DB’s PostgreSQL wire-compatible distributed SQL API.

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YugaByte DB 1.2 Passes Jepsen Testing

You can join the discussion about the results on HackerNews here.

Last year we published our DIY Jepsen testing results – including the tests and failure modes implemented as well as the bugs found. We recently engaged Kyle Kingsbury, the creator of the Jepsen test suite, for an official analysis and are happy to report that YugaByte DB 1.2 formally passes Jepsen tests using the YCQL API.

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Announcing YugaByte DB 1.2 and Company Update

The team at YugaByte is excited to announce that YugaByte DB 1.2 is officially GA! You can download the latest version from our Quick Start page.

New in 1.2: YugaByte SQL Beta 3

YugaByte SQL (YSQL) is our PostgreSQL v11 compatible, distributed SQL API. It is ideal for powering microservices that require low latency,

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Recapping YugaByte’s 2018 Milestones and a Preview of the 2019 Roadmap

After launching YugaByte DB in November 2017, Team YugaByte celebrated 2018 as its first full year in the market as a cloud native, transactional database company. Exhilarating is the one word that best summarizes our 2018 experience. From a product and engineering standpoint, we launched two major releases (and tens of minor releases) and saw users adopt each of the releases at an amazing pace.

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