We here at Cockroach Labs have been busy getting CockroachDB (CRDB) more in line with PostgreSQL for v20.1. This allows you to be able to use Cockroach as a drop-in replacement for PostgreSQL (whilst using your favourite existing ORM or…
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Our team has been hard at work improving CockroachDB’s compatibility with schema migration tools. Today, we’re pleased to announce that CockroachDB now fully supports the first of these tools, Flyway.
As of our 20.1 release, CockroachDB supports online primary key changes. This means that it's now possible to change the primary key of a table while performing read and write operations on the table. In this blog, we'll review how data is stored in CockroachDB and how we overcame technical challenges involved in getting online schema changes to work in CockroachDB.
Cockroach Labs is launching three new programs to better support our fellow developers and the greater community of those affected by COVID-19.
We want to give you a database that allows you to quickly and simply build and manage data-intensive applications in the cloud—without worrying about the performance, scale or resilience of those apps. To support that mission, our latest release includes updates that let you build fast and build to last.
Babies produce a lot of.... data. On his recent parental leave, co-founder Ben Darnell built a side project to track his newborn's schedule via Fitbit.
In a reflection of our continued growth, we’ve closed $87 million in a series D financing round co-led by Altimeter Capital and Bond Capital.
Distributed database performance––both latency and uptime––can be dramatically improved with CDN-like multi-region deployments.
If someone knows even a little about Spanner, the first question they have is: "How does CockroachDB provide external consistency without atomic clocks?"