The TiKV blog
July 17, 2019
Today we’re proud to announce the general availability of TiKV 3.0! Whether spanning hundreds of nodes or storing over a trillion key-value pairs, we’ve seen our users put TiKV to the test in serious, real-world, production scenarios. In 3.0, we’ve applied the lessons learned from these deployments to bring a host of new features that can better support users’ growing demands. Before release, TiKV 3.0 additionally underwent an official Jepsen test with TiDB.
Brian Anderson, Senior Database Engineer for TiKV
June 20, 2019
On the TiKV team we love the Rust and Go programming languages. They are the languages in which we write most of our software, with TiKV in Rust, and its sister project, TiDB, in Go. They have empowered us to build these fast and reliable distributed systems from the ground up, and iterate on them quickly and confidently. These languages are the future of systems programming. Creating reliable distributed systems like TiKV demands a lot from contributors — they not only need to be experts in storage and distributed systems, but also to be comfortable expressing that knowledge in these modern languages.
The TiKV Team
May 21, 2019
Today, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s (CNCF) Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) voted to accept TiKV as an incubation-level hosted project. The full announcement can be found on the CNCF blog, and you can find us listed under the CNCF Incubating Projects. We’d like to thank all of our contributors, users, and advocates over the last several years for helping us reach this very important milestone! Thank you! As a CNCF incubating project we’ll continue to enjoy many of the benefits and services the foundation offers, as well as greater worldwide visibility.
November 30, 2018
On November 30, 2018, TiKV 2.1 GA is released. See the following updates in this release. Compared with TiKV 2.0, this release has great improvements in stability, performance, and usability.