CockroachDB takes advantage of cloud resources to let your business evolve gracefully as it grows, without requiring a re-architecture or significant migration.
Join the Cockroach Labs founders for an unscripted Q&A about the dirty details building 1.0 and in how they achieve consensus across three co-founders.
In the Interop Challenge at OpenStack Summit 2017, a single CockroachDB cluster was deployed live across 15 private cloud vendors. Cockroach Labs Co-Founder and CEO Spencer Kimball and CoreOS CEO Alex Polvi led the demo, orchestrating the deployment using Kubernetes. The multi-cloud deployment spanned globally distributed clouds that included IBM, Red Hat, VMware, Rackspace, Huawei, Canonical, EasyStack, NetApp, Open Telekom Cloud, SUSE, T2 Cloud, Vexxhost, Wind, Platform9, and ZTE.
Launching CockroachDB 1.0, a production-ready release with distributed SQL and multi-active availability in two tiers: CockroachDB Core and CockroachDB Enterprise.
A detailed overview of how we built a scalable SQL database with next-generation availability guarantees while supporting ACID semantics exclusively with open source technologies.
How are we building a business around open source software, and how are we building Cockroach Labs to ensure CockroachDB endures?
In August, we wrote about our concerted stability effort. Today, we've more than achieved our CockroachDB stability goal of running a 100-node cluster.
Our approach to building CockroachDB has been to focus on correctness, then performance, then stability. Without stability, we don’t have a working database
We introduced Cockroach Labs last June with a simple yet ambitious mission: Make Data Easy. We are now thrilled to launch CockroachDB beta.
You set out to solve a problem and essentially created a database - but not a very good one. Cockroach Labs Co-Founder and CEO Spencer Kimball presents at O’Reilly Strata Hadoop World 2016 in San Jose, CA.