Presented by:

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Franck Pachot

from Yugabyte

Developer Advocate for YugabyteDB, distributed SQL database using PostgreSQL for the query layer. Franck has a passion for learning and sharing in blog posts (blog.pachot.net), articles, conferences and tech communities (AWS Data Hero and Oracle ACE Director)

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YugabyteDB is a PostgreSQL fork that has been enhanced to scale horizontally using a Spanner-like storage and transaction architecture. We will highlight the strengths of YugabyteDB - high availability and elasticity. Additionally, we will compare and contrast YugabyteDB with PostgreSQL, and investigate where the distributed storage fits into the code. Our emphasis will be on analyzing the architectural aspects and underlying mechanisms used for storage, data replication, and ACID transactions to determine the use cases where it can be a viable alternative or not.

Date:
2024 February 29 - 10:50
Duration:
40 min
Room:
Robusta + Arabica
Conference:
PGConf India, 2024
Language:
Track:
Database Engine Developers
Difficulty:
Medium

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