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Announcing TiDB 6.2 with Better Observability, Faster Execution, Enhanced Disaster Recovery, and More 

Learn about TiDB 6.2, the latest version of our Hybrid Transactional and Analytical Processing (HTAP) database. TiDB 6.2 has improved observability, performance, stability, ecosystem tooling, and MySQL compatibility.

Using Airbyte to Migrate Data from TiDB Cloud to Snowflake

In this tutorial, we will walk you through how to use Airbyte to connect TiDB Cloud and Snowflake and how to migrate data from TiDB Cloud to Snowflake.

The Long Expedition toward Making a Real-Time HTAP Database 

This post introduces the backstage stories of TiDB and its HTAP capability.

Enabling Real-time Insights for Parcel Logistics with TiDB Cloud

Real-time insight is of vital importance for many industries such as logistics. In this article, we present a reference architecture which can provide real-time logistical insights with TiDB, a distributed database.

Analytics on TiDB Cloud with Databricks

In this article, we will walk you through how to create a TiDB Cloud Developer Tier cluster, connect TiDB to Databricks, and process TiDB data with Databricks. 

Announcing TiDB 6.1

TiDB 6.1 was released on June 13. This release marks the official addition of the Long Term Support (LTS) release packed with stability updates. In addition, it also includes enhancements to TiDB’s HTAP capabilities and integrations with the ecosystem.

The Meta Feature in TiDB 6.0: Placement Rules in SQL

This post introduces the Placement Rules in SQL, TiDB 6.0's new feature.

Announcing General Availability of TiDB Cloud

Today we are thrilled to announce the general availability of TiDB Cloud, the fully-managed database service for TiDB.

How to Achieve High-Performance Data Ingestion to TiDB in Apache Flink

This article shows you two ways you can achieve high performance when you need to quickly ingest streaming data from Apache Flink to TiDB.

TiDB 6.0: A Leap Towards an Enterprise-Grade Cloud Database

We are proud to present TiDB 6.0, the latest version of our open-source distributed HTAP database. This release significantly enhances TiDB’s manageability as an enterprise product and incorporates many of the essential features required for a cloud-native database.

Getting Started with TiDB Cloud Using PHP and Laravel

In this tutorial, you will learn how to use TiDB Cloud as the backend database for your PHP application. We will be using PHP and Laravel to build a simple web application

How to Reduce Cost Per Order by 25% with a Distributed SQL Database

Read to know what supply chain industry challenges ZTO Express faced, their requirements for a database, and how TiDB helps them achieve real-time insights with a simpler structure.