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.
We recently improved our distributed SQL performance by implementing column families in CockroachDB. Column families are commonly found in NoSQL databases.
This is the story of the detection, investigation, and fix of just one performance bug.
Cgo is an important part of Go: It's your window to calling anything that anything that has C bindings. But while cgo works for us, it hasn’t come for free.