The Distributed SQL Blog

Thoughts on distributed databases, open source, and cloud native

A SQL Stopwatch Utility for YugabyteDB or PostgreSQL as an Alternative for “\timing on”

This blog post shows you a few ways to use SQL to implement a timer for any multi-statement operation for use with ysqlsh with YugabyteDB (or psql with PostgreSQL). These tools are the overwhelmingly common choice for all sorts of ad hoc tasks as well as for critical tasks like running installation scripts. The native \timing on” feature times only individual SQL statements.

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YugabyteDB Open Source Community Spotlight – September 2021

The Yugabyte community is always active and its members are constantly having interesting conversations and making valuable contributions. We spotlight members of the community to recognize their contributions to making the Yugabyte community a great place.

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Martin Roos, Head of Technology @ Fortumo

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/martin-roos-16ab7532/

If you’re on the Yugabyte community Slack often,

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Announcing Spring Data YugabyteDB

YugabyteDB is the database of choice for building stateful cloud native apps that require resilience and scale. YugabyteDB offers Spring developers an easy way to deploy a transactional, resilient and geo-distributed database in their application stack from the outset, while also providing flexibility and  scalability as requirements change. The Spring community has always been a major influence on what we build at Yugabyte.

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Announcing YugabyteDB 2.9: Pushing the Boundaries of Relational Databases

This morning we announced the latest release of the YugabyteDB open source database, YugabyteDB 2.9! This release introduces new capabilities that push the boundaries of relational databases further than ever before. Yugabyte pioneered distributed SQL databases that combine advanced RDBMS capabilities with the resilience, scale, and geo-distribution that cloud native applications demand. Over the years, we have continued to innovate with capabilities such as distributed transactional backups,

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Distributed SQL Tips and Tricks – August 18th, 2021

Welcome back to our bi-weekly tips and tricks blog where I have the pleasure of recapping some distributed SQL questions from around the Internet. I had a month long hiatus this summer, so we are making it up by adding an extra entry into this week’s edition. As always, this blog series would not be possible without all of the behind the scenes work done by Yugabeings such as Dorian Hoxha and Frits Hoogland.

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Announcing DSS ’21: Third Annual Distributed SQL Summit

We are delighted to announce that registration is now open for the third annual Distributed SQL Summit! DSS 2021 will happen on September 21-23, bringing together the YugabyteDB open source user community, customers, partners and industry thought leaders to explore opportunities and experiences of embracing modern cloud native data architectures. We are planning sessions and workshops that will dive into use cases,

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Announcing YugabyteDB 2.6

Yugabyte is on a mission to build the default database for cloud native applications and simplify operational data infrastructure. Our latest release, YugabyteDB 2.6, is a big step forward towards that goal. YugabyteDB 2.6 includes significant enhancements to the open source database and our self-managed DBaaS offering, Yugabyte Platform. These enhancements, including point in time recovery (PITR), default encryption in transit,

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Geo-Distribution in YugabyteDB: Engineering Around the Physics of Latency

Customers today expect always-on, highly responsive access to services wherever they are in the world. This is driving businesses to deploy globally distributed applications that deliver better customer experiences. Moving to a geo-distributed database is a key part of this. Moving data closer to where the end-users are enables lower latency access. Geo-distribution can make the data service resilient to zone and region failures in the cloud.

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