Many rounding implementations exist in Go. Here we survey them for correctness.
This post explains how CAP-Consistent systems can be highly available, how the CAP theorem applies to CockroachDB, and why consistency is the better choice.
This blog post outlines how CockroachDB executes queries and shares Cockroach Labs' vision for future work on distributed processing.
Detailing the challenges of implementing Unicode collation in CockroachDB, a standard for ordering strings in ways our users around the world expect.
The apd package replaces the underlying implementation of the DECIMAL type in CockroachDB and is available for anyone to fork and use.
In this post we share performance and functionality progress that has been made on SQL joins in CockroachDB and what to expect in CockroachDB 1.0.
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.
We recently improved our distributed SQL performance by implementing column families in CockroachDB. Column families are commonly found in NoSQL databases.
Our approach to building CockroachDB has been to focus on correctness, then performance, then stability. Without stability, we don’t have a working database
The good news is that CockroachDB’s JOIN seems to work, as in, “it returns correct results.” However, this is just our first, unoptimimized implementation.