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1000 node Cassandra cluster on Amazon’s EKS

Apache Cassandra is a distributed database that does a great job with geo-distributed workloads. K8ssandra, on the other hand, makes it possible to run it on Kubernetes, equipped with backups and dashboarding. In line with the series of takeaways from DoK Day 2022, Matt Overstreet, Field CTO at the DataStax, shares the limits and further  Continue Reading »

DoK isn’t just Database on Kubernetes

There are crucial parts one should consider in their infrastructure when going all-in on Kubernetes, as well as existing procedures that could deliver success once you go beyond deploying databases on it.  In this DoKC session, DataStax‘s VP Developer Relations and contributor to the Apache Cassandra project, Patrick McFadin, provides us a better understanding of  Continue Reading »

Databases Operations and the Cloud

Database is one of the first-class citizens to run data on Kubernetes, and there are multi-faceted operations to run it. It further requires a data layer to improve availability, scale, and bursting.  In this DoKC session, Ionir’s Director of Products and Solutions, Barak Nissim, walks us through the basics of how data is represented in  Continue Reading »

Benchmarking for PostgreSQL workloads in Kubernetes (Part 2)

A few months have passed since the last DoK webinar on benchmarking PostgreSQL workloads in a Kubernetes environment. While many things have happened at EDB, the team continues to elevate its discourse and introduces an open-source set of tools in bringing PostgreSQL to Kubernetes. In this insightful DoKC session, Gabriele Bartolini, the Vice President of  Continue Reading »