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TiDB on KubeSphere: Run a Cloud-Native Distributed Database on a Hybrid-Cloud Kubernetes Platform

A site reliability engineer gives a step-by-step tutorial on how to deploy TiDB on KubeSphere, an open-source, distributed GUI operating system with Kubernetes as its kernel.

Apache Flink + TiDB: A Scale-Out Real-Time Data Warehouse for Analytics Within Seconds

By combining Apache Flink and TiDB, we offer an efficient, easy-to-use, real-time data warehouse with horizontal scalability and high availability.

Making an HTAP Database a Reality: What I Learned from PingCAP’s VLDB Paper

Recently, VLDB published the PingCAP paper, TiDB: A Raft-based HTAP Database. In this article, a DBA at PalFish shares his thoughts on the article and his expectations for TiDB's future development.

TiDB X Hacktoberfest 2020 – An Invitation to Open Source

TiDB is in Hacktoberfest, a celebration open to everyone in our global community. Whether you're an experienced developer or an open-source newbie learning to code, you can help drive the growth of open source and make positive contributions to the ever-growing TiDB community.

Announcing PD Transfer to TiKV Project

We decide to move the Placement Driver library entirely to TiKV org, happening at 11 AM, UTC+8, August 17, 2020.

VLDB 2020: TiDB, A Raft-based HTAP Database

PingCAP will publish a research paper "TiDB: A Raft-based HTAP Database" in the August issue of the Proceedings of the VLDB Endowment.

TiDB Usability Challenge – Dare to Dream Bigger

TiDB Challenge Program is a series community program to bring TiDB to a new level in terms of stability, performance, and usability. With amazing improvements in performance in season 1 last year, we are now pleased to announce that season 2 is ready for you.

TiDB Celebrates 400 Contributors

The TiDB repository reaches the 400th contributor milestone. All our honors and achievements belong to the TiDB community, our beloved contributors, and distinguished committers.

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This post introduces the top 3 winners at TiDB Hackathon 2019 and the cozy and friendly environment of this meeting.

Distributed Systems Training in Go and Rust

PingCAP has made a talent plan for training and/or evaluating students, new employees, and new contributors to TiDB and TiKV. This blog post gives a brief overview of training courses for this plan on writing distributed systems in Go and Rust.

Percona Live Austin — Summary and Reflection

In this post, Kevin Xu shares the PingCAP team's experience and activities at Percona Live in Austin, including several technical sharing sessions and boosting friendship with people inside and outside PingCAP.

PingCAPers at the First RustCon Asia!

PingCAP has been an active member in the Rust community and one of the first production users of Rust in building TiKV. As part of being a co-organizer for the first RustCon Asia, PingCAP also contributed several topics in both keynote sessions and workshops.