The Distributed SQL Blog

Thoughts on distributed databases, open source and cloud native

YugaByte DB 1.0 — A Peek Under The Hood

Modern user-facing apps, like E-Commerce and SaaS, frequently require features from multiple databases (broadly — SQL, NoSQL and a cache) to support their multi-workload needs. App developers are responsible for understanding and managing which pieces of data should be stored in which SQL and NoSQL database. Furthermore, the app is also responsible for moving data across the tiers (e.g.

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Announcing YugaByte DB 1.0! 🍾 🎉

Team YugaByte is delighted to announce the general availability of YugaByte DB 1.0!

It has been an incredibly satisfying experience to, in just two years, build and launch a cloud-scale, transactional and high-performance database that’s already powering real-world production workloads. I wanted to take a moment to share our journey to 1.0 and the road ahead.

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YugaByte Has Arrived!

Today, we are launching YugaByte out of stealth and announcing the availability of YugaByte DB’s first public beta release. YugaByte offers an open-source, cloud-native database for mission-critical applications. Yuga in Sanskrit represents an era or an epoch (about 4.32 million human years), a very long period of time. We picked the name YugaByte to signify data that lives forever without limits.

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