systemsWritten by Sean LoiselleSean Loiselle on August 23, 2018
CockroachDB was so named because of its ability to survive failures. In this post, we will cover architectural considerations when building high availability services on top of CockroachDB.
systemsWritten by Ben DarnellBen Darnell on September 21, 2017
Most databases treat strong transaction isolation as exotic, expecting applications to work with faster but unsafe isolation modes that can expose them to subtle bugs. CockroachDB provides SERIALIZABLE transactions by default, ensuring you always see the consistency you expect.
productWritten by Cuong Do, Jordan Lewis and Nathan VanBenschotenCuong Do, Jordan Lewis and Nathan VanBenschoten on April 7, 2017
CockroachDB supports many popular ORMs, which makes developing applications fast and easy. This post details how to use the Java ORM Hibernate with CockroachDB.
systemsWritten by Spencer KimballSpencer Kimball on November 15, 2016
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.