When you work in Rails, you don’t worry much about the database. Since Rails natively supports popular databases like MySQL and PostgreSQL, it should come as no surprise that it’s just as easy to use CockroachDB with Rails!
Let's reimagine the ending of the Titanic, both the ship's ending and the 1997 blockbuster film's. We’re going to look at the story through the lens of Kubernetes and distributed database technology to see how the story could have ended happily.
Support for spatial data and geospatial indexing was one of the most requested features in the history of CockroachDB. As of CockroachDB version 20.2, we launched support for scalable spatial data and indexing.
CockroachDB 20.2's increasingly rich SQL feature set includes support for spatial data, materialized views, Enums, ALTER TABLE, and user-defined schema changes.
Bose is building a platform as a service with CockroachDB. Ordinarily, we think of Bose as a leading audio equipment design and development company, best known for its professional, personal, and car audio systems and noise cancelling headphones but they're also a very talented collection of engineers.