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YugaByte DB Engineering Update – May 2019

A lot is happening at YugabyteDB 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 YugabyteDB 2.0

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

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Why I Moved from Oracle to YugaByte

I’m thrilled at the prospect of what lies ahead of me in my new job at YugaByte. I’ve just started in the role of Developer Advocate for YugaByte DB. This is an open source, cloud native, distributed SQL database—in other words, a database for the modern world. There’s an excellent brief description here.

I made this move a couple of weeks ago after almost thirty years at Oracle.

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YugabyteDB 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 YugabyteDB 1.2 formally passes Jepsen tests using the YCQL API.

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