Posts about the latest releases, updates and changes to the core Skytable projects. We occasionally share some tips and tricks too.
Skytable 0.7.6: Fixes, and fixes!
Skytable 0.7.6 has been released, with some very critical fixes. Thanks to our community we discovered two bugs, one of which is very critical. Let's take a quick look into those and what is currently going on at Skytable. Bugs fixedThe cleanup bug The first bug is the
Skytable 0.7.5: System metrics, improved error infrastructure, new actions and several fixes
The Skytable Team is extremely happy to announce the release of Skytable 0.7.5. Skytable is a free and open-source NoSQL database that aims to provide flexible data modeling at scale. This release packs some new actions while also adding a huge number of very critical fixes. We strongly
Skytable 0.7.4 is here: authn, entity syntax, fixes and more
The Skytable Team is extremely happy to announce the release of Skytable 0.7.4. Skytable is a free and open-source NoSQL database that aims to provide flexibility in data modeling at scale. This release adds token-based auth, new partial entity syntax and some other improvements and important fixes. Token-based
Skytable 0.7.3 is here: dev/prod mode, list pagination and several fixes
We're extremely happy to announce the release of Skytable 0.7.3. Skytable is a free and open-source NoSQL database that aims to provide flexible data modeling at scale. This release is a small one, but adds a couple of nifty features. Still in dev or pushing to prod? Your
Skytable 0.7.1 is here: Lists and more!
We're extremely happy to announce the release of Skytable 0.7.1. Skytable 0.7.1 introduces a new list data type, the sub-action class of actions and easier configuration via environment variables. Also, RFC 1 has been accepted which is going to be a big win for users; let's
Skytable 0.7 "Metaverse" is here. It's time to get excited.
The Skytable Team is extremely happy to announce the long awaited release of Skytable 0.7. This release is a benchmark in what we've built so far and it only gets better from here. This post is all about what you can expect. #1: The metaverse: Multiple keyspaces and tablesThat's
Announcing Skytable 0.5.2 and the first driver
The Skytable team is extremely happy to announce the release of Skytable 0.5.2. Skytable is a free and open-source NoSQL database with a goal to simplify data modeling – at scale. 0.5.2 introduces many interesting changes and internal improvements; let's take a quick look at those! #1:
Skytable 0.5.1 is here
Woohoo! The Skytable Release Team is happy to announce the release of Skytable 0.5.1. This is the 23rd release of the project and the 2nd release under Skytable. Several features are packed into this release which will enable users to take Sky further. Let's discuss some of the
Announcing TDB v0.5.0
We are happy to announce the release of TerrabaseDB, 0.5.0. TerrabaseDB is a free and open-source NoSQL database that aims to provide a flexible data model while not compromising on performance and complexity of the codebase, enabling anyone to hack into it. TerrabaseDB 0.5.0 introduces a
Announcing TDB v0.4.5
We're happy to announce the release of TerrabaseDB v0.4.5. Like we had said in the previous post, this is a big release. TDB now supports automated snapshots and remote snapshots for seamless backups. Snapshots are backups of data at specific points in time. These can be used for
Announcing TDB v0.4.4
We're happy to announce the release of TerrabaseDB v0.4.4. This release is one of the smallest releases we've ever made; it adds two actions to the key/value store. These actions are: KEYLEN : This returns the length of a key as an unsigned integer USET : Short for Update
Announcing TDB v0.4.3
We're happy to announce the release of TerrabaseDB v0.4.3, which comes loaded with a bunch of new actions. We'll mainly be looking at strong actions which are specifically built for operations with multiple keys. New actions: SSET: short for Strong SET, will SET all keys and values, only
Announcing TDB v0.4.2
We're happy to announce the release of TerrabaseDB v0.4.2. This release is another patch release — and we've always had the trend of introducing small but extremely useful changes in these. To keep up this trend, with v0.4.2, TDB will support BGSAVE . So what is BGSAVE ? You
Announcing TDB v0.3.2 and our benchmark tool
v0.3.2 of TerrabaseDB is now available - with one exciting thing - we're now shipping the experimental benchmark tool in the bundle. Which means...you can now run your own benchmarks! Read on to know how. As noted in an earlier post, we had built an experimental benchmark
Announcing TDB v0.3.1
TerrabaseDB reaches yet another release: v0.3.1, which we shipped rather silently - but it's one of the most important releases of TDB which greatly improves query performance. We've also added an experimental benchmark tool. Read on to know what this means for you. Query Performance The best part
Announcing TDB v0.3.0
With version v0.3.0, TerrabaseDB can be used as a persistent key/value store. How persistence works As per the current design, TDB on startup will check if the data.bin file exists in the working directory. If it does, then the existing key/value pairs are restored, otherwise