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Data Transformation on TiDB Made Easier

Thanks to a new adapter, TiDB can now work with the data build tool (dbt), a popular open source transformation tool. Now, analytics engineers working with TiDB can directly create forms and match data through SQL. This tutorial walks you through the new adapter and how to use dbt with TiDB.

TiDB Hackathon 2021: Hacking Never Stops

This post reviews the TiDB Hackathon 2021 and briefly introduces the star projects created there.

Announcing TiFlash as an Open Source Project

We are pleased to announce that TiFlash, TiDB’s analytics engine, is now open sourced under Apache 2.0.

Ent, an Open Source Go Framework, Announces Preview Support for TiDB

This post shares how to connect TiDB with Ent and how to use Ent to query from TiDB.

The Road to Chaos … as a Service

Chaos Mesh, an open source and cloud native chaos engineering platform, is uniquely suited for chaos-as-a-service and already delivers the fundamentals, and will hopefully support some chaos-as-a-service functionality in the next two to three years.

Develop a Daily Reporting System for Chaos Mesh to Improve System Resilience

This article describes how to develop a daily reporting system to automatically collect logs and generate reports to document your chaos experiments.

Chaos Mesh + SkyWalking: Better Observability for Chaos Engineering

This tutorial will show you how to configure SkyWalking and Chaos Mesh. You’ll also learn how to leverage the two systems to monitor events and observe in real time how chaos experiments impact applications’ service performance.

KubeCon 2021 Q&A: PingCAP Recaps the Event and Explores Its HTAP Database

VMblog followed up with Liming Deng, PingCAP's database engineer, on his recent presentation on KubeCon 2021.

TiDB Community joins Hacktoberfest 2021!

TiDB is proud to be back at Hacktoberfest, a global celebration of open-source and technology. Join us and make contributions, whoever you are, whatever your experience, to the ever-growing TiDB community!

Power Up Your Rails Apps with a NewSQL Database

This post helps Ruby on Rails developers get started with TiDB and use it as the backend storage layer of Rails applications.

Getting Started with JuiceFS Using TiKV

JuiceFS is an open-source, cloud-native distributed file system that allows users to freely choose the backend storage engine. This post introduces how to use TiKV as a metadata engine for JuiceFS.

How to Run Chaos Experiments on Your Physical Machine

This article describes how to use chaosd to simulate faults on physical machines. You can run chaosd as a command-line tool or as a service.