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Announcing Vitess 19

Announcing Vitess 19 # We're thrilled to announce the release of Vitess 19, our latest version packed with enhancements aimed at improving scalability, performance, and usability of your database systems. With this release, we continue our commitment to providing a powerful, scalable, and reliable database clustering solution for MySQL. What's New in Vitess 19 # Dropping Support for MySQL 5.7: As Oracle has marked MySQL 5.7 end of life in October 2023, we're also moving forward by dropping support for MySQL 5.

Announcing Vitess 19

Announcing Vitess 19 # We're thrilled to announce the release of Vitess 19, our latest version packed with enhancements aimed at improving scalability, performance, and usability of your database systems. With this release, we continue our commitment to providing a powerful, scalable, and reliable database clustering solution for MySQL. What's New in Vitess 19 # Dropping Support for MySQL 5.7: As Oracle has marked MySQL 5.7 end of life in October 2023, we're also moving forward by dropping support for MySQL 5.

Announcing Vitess 18

Vitess 18 is now Generally Available, with a number of new enhancements designed to improve usability, performance and MySQL compatibility. MySQL Compatibility Improvements # Foreign Keys # In the past, foreign keys had to be managed outside Vitess. This was a significant blocker for adoption. We are now able to support Vitess-managed foreign keys within the same shard. This includes the ability to import data into Vitess from an existing MySQL database with foreign keys.

Announcing Vitess 17

We are pleased to announce the general availability of Vitess 17! Major Themes in Vitess 17 # In this release of Vitess, several significant enhancements have been introduced to improve the compatibility, performance, and usability of the system. GA Announcements # The VTTablet settings connection pool feature, introduced in v15, is now enabled by default in this release. This feature simplifies the management and configuration of system settings, providing users with a more streamlined and convenient experience.

Announcing Vitess 16

We are pleased to announce the general availability of Vitess 16! Documentation improvements # In this release the maintainer team has decided to put an emphasis on reviewing, editing, and rewriting the website documentation to be current with the code. With help from CNCF, we have also improved the search experience. We welcome feedback on the current incarnation of the docs. GA announcements # We are marking VDiff v2 as Generally Available or production-ready in v16.

Introducing VDiff V2

Vitess is a solution that allows you to infinitely scale MySQL while providing clients and apps with a single logical view of the fleet of MySQL instances comprising any number of Keyspaces and Shards. Vitess also provides the cluster and data management tools that make it possible to manage a massive cluster and perform complex workflows using VReplication, such as: Moving tables into Vitess or between keyspaces Resharding to adjust to changes in data size and load Materialized views and rollups for data analytics and data locality Online schema changes that are trackable, cancellable, revertible, and retryable Why a Diff Tool?

Announcing Vitess 15

Vitess 15 is now generally available, with a number of new enhancements designed to make Vitess easier to use, more resilient, and easier to scale! VTOrc release # VTOrc, a Vitess-native cluster monitoring and recovery component, is now GA. VTOrc monitors and repairs Vitess clusters, eliminating paging and manual intervention and automating recovery. This makes Vitess fully self-healing and resilient to MySQL server failures. It also obsoletes the third-party integration with Orchestrator that users have traditionally relied on to recover from MySQL server failures.

Announcing Vitess 14

We are pleased to announce the general availability of Vitess 14. Major Themes # In this new release, major improvements have been made in several areas of Vitess, including usability and reliability. Online DDL is now GA. Gen4 planner is the new default planner. VTAdmin and VTOrc are officially in beta with Vitess 14. Usability # Command-Line Syntax Deprecation # This release marks the beginning of Vitess standardizing its command-line and flags syntax.

I Don't Want to Shard (MySQL)

Chapter 5 of Efficient MySQL Performance addresses sharding, and it was difficult to write but not for technical reasons. Let me say a little more on the matter.

I Don't Want to Shard (MySQL)

Chapter 5 of Efficient MySQL Performance addresses sharding, and it was difficult to write but not for technical reasons. Let me say a little more on the matter.

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