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.
I decided to spend a Free Friday building a GitHub digest that provides a daily appraisal of PRs in a concise and parsable format.
If someone knows even a little about Spanner, the first question they have is: "How does CockroachDB provide external consistency without atomic clocks?"
GitHub stars are a simple way for GitHub users to bookmark repos that interest them. "Stargazers" is a tool to query GitHub for information about the stars.
To understand why we instituted a 4-day work week in the first place, consider what sort of product we're building. CockroachDB requires abstract thinking..
Spencer Kimball on how CockroachDB’s MVCC model works.