“As the amount of data we are producing and collecting continues to grow at an astounding pace, organizations need a way to ensure horizontal scalability and high availability for cloud native applications,” said Siddon Tang, Chief Engineer at
PingCAPand TiKV project lead. “By joining CNCF, we look forward to establishing project governance and growing a broader contributor base in this vendor neutral home – allowing us to build additional components like support for more languages and new useful features.”
TiKV was originally developed at PingCAP in 2016, and today includes contributions from Samsung, Mobike, Toutiao.com, Ele.me, Tencent Cloud and UCloud. Users include Bank of Beijing, Ele.me, Hulu, Lenovo, Mobike and
The TOC sponsors of the project are Bryan Cantrill and Ben Hindman.
The CNCF Sandbox is a home for early stage projects, for further clarification around project maturity levels in CNCF, please visit our outlined
TiKV Joins CNCF Sandbox Hosting Program Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Today's announcement of the admission of TiKV Open source distributed transactional key-value database as an early development cloud-native project for the CNCF sandbox.
Rust built, driven by Raft (via etcd) and inspired by Google Spanner's design, provides simplified scheduling and automatic balancing without relying on any distributed file system. The project is an open source, unified distributed storage layer that supports powerful data consistency, distributed transactions, horizontal scalability, and cloud-native architecture.
PingCAP As the amount of data we generate and collect continues to grow at an alarming rate, organizations need a way to ensure horizontal scalability and high availability in cloud-native environments," said Siddon Tang, principal engineer and TiKV project lead. ""By joining CNCF, we look forward to establishing project governance and fostering a growing base of contributors in this developer-neutral home that will allow us to build more components, such as support for more languages and new useful features."
Originally developed at PingCAP in 2016, TiKV is now supported by Samsung, Mobike, Today, Hungry, Tencent Cloud, and UCloud. Users include Bank of Beijing, Hungry, Hulu, Lenovo, Mobike and
Many other businesses。
The TOC sponsors for the project are Bryan Cantrill and Ben Hindman.
The CNCF Sandbox is an incubator for early stage projects, for further information on CNCF project maturity, please visit
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