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.
New syntax permitting the parallel execution of transactional SQL statements to batch the execution of independent statements and exploit inter-statement parallelism.
CockroachDB 1.1 includes support for faster migrations from legacy databases, simplified cluster management, and improved performance.
CockroachDB provides `SERIALIZABLE` transactions by default to ensure that you always see the consistency that you expect from a transactional database.
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.
In this post, we provide details on how CockroachDB uses system memory on each node, and what you can do to keep memory usage in CockroachDB under control.