Hybrid Transactional and Analytical Processing, or HTAP, is a defining feature of TiDB. It means that you can run both transactional and analytical queries from within the same database. TiDB provides HTAP, ensuring that your queries are always running against the most current data available.
This post helps Ruby on Rails developers get started with TiDB and use it as the backend storage layer of Rails applications.
2021-09-28Daniël van EedenProduct
Load balancing helps you distribute application connections over multiple servers and reroute connections if a TiDB instance becomes unavailable. This article talks about the best practices for TiDB load balancing.
PingCAP Announces Collaboration with the Advanced Software Technologies Lab at ETH Zürich to Explore DBMS Testing
PingCAP is proud to announce a collaboration with the Advanced Software Technologies Lab (AST) at ETH Zürich to research DBMS testing based on TiDB.
JuiceFS is an open-source, cloud-native distributed file system that allows users to freely choose the backend storage engine. This post introduces how to use TiKV as a metadata engine for JuiceFS.
This article describes how to use chaosd to simulate faults on physical machines. You can run chaosd as a command-line tool or as a service.
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