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Vitess Feb 14
"Vitess solves three fundamental, hard problems for its target user base: (1) Sharding (2) Kubernetes deployment (3) Guardrails" Thank you for your kind words!
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ChicagoLUG Feb 11
Most of the talks from have made their way out onto the Fosdem Youtube channel . You can see the full 2019 schedule here
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Vitess Feb 7
Check out our latest blog post by on choosing a primary vindex for your Vitess cluster!
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Haining Henry Zhang Jan 24
Another interview I did during KubeCon Shanghai 2018. Thanks from for hosting the interview.
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AWS Startups Jan 22
Visiting NewSQL database-as-a-service(DbaaS) based on the open source project Vitess
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Rancher Labs Jan 14
China's biggest windmills are powered by : Interview with Rancher CEO and of
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theCUBE365 Jan 9
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Kelly Sommers Jan 9
I actually think in the long run if this grows and needs to scale I will switch from Postgres to MySQL because I feel like is a far safer project to put my bets on than Citus because of decisions Citus has made but I’m still open to that discussion.
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CNCF Jan 7
➡️ catch our very own discussing why + is so important for the community & her experience as a recipient ⚡️🎥
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Matt Veitas Dec 20
There was just a talk at KubeCon about how HubSpot migrated 100s of databases into Vitess and runs them at scale:
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Vitess Dec 20
"Scaling Slack - The Good, the Unexpected, and the Road Ahead" - 's talk about at is out on video. There's a transcript, too.
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Vitess Dec 18
The next exciting installment of Vitess at Square Cash.
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Damian Gryski Dec 13
One of the neat things about is that development started in 2010 and was in production at in 2011, while Go was still pre-1.0. They took a chance on right at the start, and it paid off.
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Tom Petr Dec 13
At NEXT earlier this year said I should write a blog post about — at we did the next best thing:
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Sugu Sougoumarane Dec 13
Alex and talking about how went from cool to hot at
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Sugu Sougoumarane Dec 14
Replying to @dgryski @vitessio and 4 others
The golang team's support was incredible. Some special mentions: * : performance on the network stack. * : sycalls and CGO calls. * : rewrote the entire runtime in 6 months, and introduced those thiefs that kept stealing all the work.
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Peter Zaitsev Dec 13
Vitess 3.0 is out - Making MySQL Sharding Much less Painfull Sugu Sougoumarane, Jiten Vaidya
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Vitess Dec 13
Thanks for the kind words. Feel free to get in touch with us if you have any questions about .
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Chris Aniszczyk Dec 13
"They scaled YouTube. Now they’ll shard everyone with PlanetScale [based on ]"
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John Yost Dec 13
= HA on = awesome
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