Citus Con: An Event for Postgres is a wrap! 💥 Thanks to all who joined. If you missed the event, you can still find and watch all 38 recorded talks 🖥 online.
Today we released Citus 11.0 beta, which is our first ever beta release of the Citus open source extension to Postgres. The reason we are releasing a beta version of 11.0 is that we are introducing a few fundamentally new capabilities, and we would like to get feedback from those of you who use Citus before we release Citus 11.0 to the world.
The biggest change in Citus 11.0 beta is that the schema and Citus metadata are now automatically synchronized throughout the database cluster. That means you can always query distributed tables from any node in a Citus cluster!
The easiest way to use Citus is to connect to the coordinator node and use it for both schema changes and distributed queries, but for very demanding applications, you now have the option to load balance distributed queries across the worker nodes in (parts of) your application by using a different connection string and factoring a few limitations.Keep reading