2Dfire, a major SaaS provider in the restaurant industry, uses TiDB in its real-time reporting system that handles over 100 million data points each day.
360 Finance uses TiDB for real-time risk management, with an average TPS of 5000 and a 10x improvement of computing capability during peak hours.
Agora (NASDAQ: API) is a provider of video, voice, and live interactive streaming platform. They use TiDB to simplify the link and complexity of the data sync process, greatly improving the ease of use and performance of their analysis and reporting services.
Dailymotion is a video-sharing platform that uses TiDB to eliminate scalability bottlenecks for their real-time transactions. They also reduced infrastructure costs by migrating to TiDB Cloud.
TiDB has helped FUNYOURS JAPAN, a gaming company, tackle its storage and computing challenges by reducing infrastructure costs, and freeing developers' time to focus on the gaming experience.
A leading fleet management system, G7 generates over 2 TB of data daily and uses TiDB to resolve scaling and analytics challenges for their risk management platform.
Jinri is a content platform with over 120 million daily active users that uses TiDB for its core object storage system, supporting photo and video applications. TiDB handles terabytes of data within one cluster, with a daily peak over 200k QPS.
Keruyun (acquired by Alibaba) is one of the Top Global O2O & SaaS technology providers in the F&B, Retail and Services industry. They have deployed TiDB in the production environment for online hybrid transactional processing and analytics (HTAP).
LinkDoc, a leading oncology big data firm, uses TiDB in core applications that handle large volumes of data. They run both OLTP and OLAP workloads in a single database, utilizing Hybrid Transactional and Analytical Processing (HTAP).
Ly.com, an online travel agency serving over 300 million users, has deployed TiDB in multiple clusters with a total of hundreds of nodes. The largest cluster contains 10 nodes and over 10 TBs of data.
Mobikok replaced their MySQL database with TiDB due to TiDB's advantage of horizontal scalability, high availability, easy data and traffic migration, and mature monitoring services. Being MySQL compatible made the transition to TiDB a quick and simple process.
Phoenix New Media
Phoenix New Media (ifeng.com) is a content platform that uses TiDB for core transactional processing. They're impressed with TiDB's easy-to-use cluster scaling and management, as well as by PingCAP's outstanding technical support.
An integrated mobile payment provider serving over 25k customers across 70 industries, Ping++ chose TiDB for its real-time data warehouse solution to run OLTP and OLAP workloads in a single database - through scalable Hybrid Transactional and Analytical Processing (HTAP).
Pony.ai is an autonomous vehicle technology company co-located in Silicon Valley, Beijing, and Guangzhou. Pony.ai uses TiDB to collect and sort roadside data of automatic driving for AI analytics
Qingdao Telaidian New Energy
A leading electric car charging service, Qingdao New Energy adopted TiDB for their offline computing and real-time OLAP use cases. They run large amounts of data, such as a single table of 2 billion rows with a daily increase of 8 million rows.
A leading travel search engine, Qunar.com chose TiDB as its storage and performance solution for its offline airline ticket and financial payment clusters.
Since 2018 Seasun Games, a gaming platform, chose TiDB for its real-time social media monitoring system, which handles rapid data growth and real-time interactive data analysis.
Yimian Data, an AI-powered commercial data analytics solutions provider, has deployed dozens of TiDB and TiKV nodes in its production environment, handling terabytes of data and resolving its previous manual sharding solution.
Since 2017 Yoozoo Games, a video game developer and publisher of PC and mobile games, has deployed TiDB for its mission-critical OLTP scenarios such as the managing user points and behavior.
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