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RocksDB Reviews

A persistent key-value store for fast storage environments

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  • Distributed SQL Essentials: Sharding and Partitioning in YugabyteDB
    The SST files store the key-value pairs for tables and indexes. Sharding is the right term here because each tablet is a database (based on RocksDB), with its own protection. This looks like the sharded databases we described above, except that they are not SQL databases but key-value document stores. They have all the required features for a reliable datastore, with transactions and strong consistency.... - Source: dev.to / 2 months ago
  • We built an open-source SQL DB for Intel SGX enclaves
    Hi everyone! Our team just released EdgelessDB, an open-source database built on MariaDB that runs completely inside Intel SGX enclaves. As storage engine, it uses RocksDB with a custom encryption engine. The engine uses AES-GCM and is optimized for RocksDB’s specific SST file layout and the enclave environment. It has some nice properties like global confidentiality and verifiability and it considers strong... - Source: Reddit / 6 months ago
  • Apache Hudi - The Streaming Data Lake Platform
    Hudi tables can be used as sinks for Spark/Flink pipelines and the Hudi writing path provides several enhanced capabilities over file writing done by vanilla parquet/avro sinks. Hudi classifies write operations carefully into incremental (insert, upsert, delete) and batch/bulk operations (insert_overwrite, insert_overwrite_table, delete_partition, bulk_insert) and provides relevant functionality for each operation... - Source: dev.to / 6 months ago

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