This post introduces Transactional Pipelining which dramatically speeds up distributed transactions with respect to the latency cost of distributed consensus.
Customers rely on us to help navigate the complexities of the increasingly competitive cloud wars. This inspired the 2018 Cloud Computing Report, where we benchmark performance, latency, CPU, network, I/O, and cost of AWS and GCP.
CockroachDB 2.1 is 50x more scalable than Amazon Aurora at less than 2% of the price per tpmC. Read on to see performance benchmarks of CockroachDB 2.1, including the latest TPC-C results.
In CockroachDB 2.1, we’ve made it easier than ever to migrate from MySQL and Postgres, improved our scalability on transactional workloads by 5x, and launched a managed offering to help teams deploy low-latency, multi-region clusters with minimal operator overhead.
We ran the TPC-C benchmark against CockroachDB and Amazon Aurora to compare price per transaction and discovered Aurora costs 10x more than CockroachDB.
CockroachDB achieves high OLTP performance of 128,000 tpmC on a 2 terabyte TPC-C dataset in size. This is 10x more TPC-C throughput than Aurora.
Since our 1.0 release, we have been hard at work making CockroachDB 2.0 the database that enables a company’s data layer to evolve with their business -- whether they are in a single datacenter or expanding around the world.
Learn which performance metrics matter, why to demand benchmark TPC-C results under serializable isolation, and how CockroachDB 2.0’s performance compares to 1.1.
This blog post discusses using multi-row DMLs, their performance benefits, and the effect of compounding database and application parallelism.
CockroachDB minimizes latency and provides exceptional reliability using “follow-the-workload” to improve performance and provide control for DBA’s.