SingleStore’s breakthrough new Universal Storage™ data management, enhanced system of record capabilities, time series enhancements, and more, are now available instantly and on demand with SingleStore Managed Service. You can try SingleStore DB 7.0 and Managed Service for free, instantly.
SingleStore is proud to announce the general availability of SingleStore DB 7.0, available first on SingleStore Managed Service, the company’s elastic cloud database available on public cloud providers around the globe. Fully managed and available on demand, SingleStore Managed Service delivers instant, effortless access to the world’s fastest, most scalable data platform for operational analytics, machine learning and AI. SingleStore DB 7.0 delivers new, fast resilience features; the first iteration of SingleStore Universal Storage, delivering table type convergence; new time series features; and other new features, described below.
With the public availability of SingleStore DB 7.0 — available now on SingleStore Managed Service and for download on December 10th— SingleStore further cements itself as a powerful fit for a company’s innovative and most critical operational workloads. SingleStore Managed Service delivers enhanced ease of use and reduced management complexity, lower total cost of ownership (TCO) compared to both on-premises and cloud provider offerings, and the flexibility to run your data workloads in multiple cloud providers and hybrid deployments.
We previously described two key sets of features in SingleStore DB 7.0:
Resilience features. Resilience features allow database content to survive server and software failures. Resilience features in SingleStore DB 7.0 include much faster synchronous replication and synchronous durability, and incremental backup, which captures only recently changed data.
Improvements in SingleStore Studio. SingleStore Studio features available now include logical monitoring of nodes; physical monitoring of cluster resource usage; the ability to find, understand, and kill long-running queries; and the ability to separate out SQL Editor results into tabs, then export them into a CSV file for analysis.
Improvements in SingleStore Tools. SingleStore tools enable installation and control of self-managed SingleStore clusters, on-premises and in the cloud. SingleStore Tools include an improved cluster setup utility and easier migration from the original SingleStore Ops to the new tools. Tools also perform upgrades from SingleStore DB 6.7 and SingleStore DB 6.8 to SingleStore DB 7.0.
Automatic gathering of SingleStore statistics. All types of statistics, including range and cardinality, are now automatically gathered, on all types of tables. This is a big ease-of-use improvement and dovetails with the benefits of SingleStore Managed Service and the move to SingleStore Universal Storage.
Additional improvements. These include improvements to query execution, query optimization, data storage, data loading, and data backup, as well as cross-database views.
SingleStore Managed Service and SingleStore DB 7.0 continue to include robust free options. SingleStore Managed Service has a free 8-hour trial; the self-managed SingleStore software can be used indefinitely for free, within limits on the number of nodes used, and with community support only.
Benefits of SingleStore Managed Service
With the initial release of SingleStore DB 7.0 occurring through SingleStore Managed Service, on AWS and other cloud platforms, the combined advantages of SingleStore Managed Service and SingleStore DB 7.0 become available on AWS.
SingleStore Managed Service advantages include:
Effortless deployment and elastic scale. With SingleStore Managed Service, you get the full capabilities of one-click deployment and easy cloud scalability. Users skip all the initial stages that are usually required for database availability: hardware procurement; racking servers; operating system and libraries installation and testing; database software deployment and configuration; and management of VMs or containers and their uptime. With SingleStore Managed Service, customers simply choose the number of nodes they wish. Managed Service starts them up and keeps them running. It handles data backup and restore, and managing and maintaining the software, using the cloud-native SingleStore Kubernetes Operator and the SingleStore Kubernetes stack.
Enhanced ease of use and reduced TCO. Automatic setup and automated resizing of SingleStore clusters greatly increases ease of use for customers. (Resizing is handled on request, and will be further automated in future versions of SingleStore Managed Service.) In Managed Service, SingleStore handles much of the work, and many of the issues, that were formerly left to customer DevOps staff – either alone, or in cooperation with SingleStore Support. Staff are freed up as SingleStore Managed Service helps eliminate tedious, time-consuming tasks. As a cloud resource, SingleStore Managed Service ensures that the organization pays only for what it needs. (These aspects of SingleStore Managed Service are greatly enhanced by the new features in SingleStore DB 7.0, below.)
Greatly increased flexibility. SingleStore combines the capabilities of OLTP databases and online analytical processing (OLAP) databases into a single database. The same database manages streaming data on ingest and processing, and replaces complex extract, transform, and load (ETL) processes with SingleStore Pipelines. It also supports both high concurrency of query volume and high query complexity. This eliminates data sprawl – the need for multiple copies of the same data – and reduced the number of data tools you need to support a given application. You get less complexity and up-to-date data for your applications.
A converged database, managed by SingleStore as the provider, with SQL support and full scalability – that is, SingleStore Managed Service, powered by SingleStore DB 7.0 – offers a breakthrough capability to power rapid growth for organizations large and small.