Distributed transactions are one of the meanest, baddest problems in relational databases. With the release of Citus 7.1, distributed transactions are now available to all of you. Our CTO Ozgun Erdogan walks us through how distributed transactions work in Citus. How does Citus do it? →
In November we launched Citus Cloud 2, the newest version of our fully-managed database as a service. Every single new feature in Citus Cloud has a singular purpose: to enable you to work more powerfully with your database. So you can focus on your app and not your database. What new features are in Citus Cloud 2? →
Citus is catnip for fast-growing SaaS businesses who love Postgres and who need a relational database that scales out. And we’ve observed that the growth in the Postgres community drives growth in the Citus community drives growth for SaaS applications. It’s a flywheel for SaaS databases. Read Claire’s post →
Our new django-multitenant Python library makes it easy for applications that are built on top of Django to scale out using a multi-tenant data model. This Python library has evolved from our experience working with SaaS customers, scaling out their multi-tenant apps. Does your Django app need some Citus? →
Bulk ingestion with \copy is great for a lot of workloads and doesn’t require you to load up millions of records either. You can start with micro-batches of 100, 1,000, or 10,000 records and still see significant performance gains. Even better, if you’re running into limits on a single-node Postgres instance, \copy is supported out of the box with Citus and gets parallelized so you can see even higher throughputs. Need to ingest large amounts of data? →
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