AVX512/VBMI2: A Programmer’s Perspective
Performance3 min Read

AVX512/VBMI2: A Programmer’s Perspective

Linus Torvalds had some interesting things to say about AVX512: “I hope AVX512 dies a painful death… I absolutely detest FP benchmarks, and…
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A Technical Introduction to SingleStore
Analytics6 min Read

A Technical Introduction to SingleStore

John Sherwood, a senior engineer at SingleStore on the query optimizer team, presented at SingleStore’s Engineering Open House in our…
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Backup With Split Partitions: Robust Partition Split via Backup
Engineering4 min Read

Backup With Split Partitions: Robust Partition Split via Backup

You run a database. You try to anticipate the future. You try to provide sufficient, even generous, resources to accommodate future growth…
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Building an App With Cloudflare Workers and SingleStore
Engineering7 min Read

Building an App With Cloudflare Workers and SingleStore

Hackathons are a big part of SingleStore's culture and a lot of our differentiating features have gotten their start during them. For this…
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CREATE PIPELINE: Real-Time Streaming and Exactly-Once Semantics with Kafka
Apache Kafka6 min Read

CREATE PIPELINE: Real-Time Streaming and Exactly-Once Semantics with Kafka

In this presentation, recorded shortly after SingleStore introduced SingleStore Pipelines, two SingleStore engineers describe SingleStore’s…
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Fast and Accurate Percentiles with APPROX_PERCENTILE in SingleStore
Engineering4 min Read

Fast and Accurate Percentiles with APPROX_PERCENTILE in SingleStore

SingleStore introduced an APPROX_PERCENTILE function to estimate percentiles for a distribution of values. This function is faster and near…
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Find and Fix Problems Fast with SingleStore Tools
Engineering6 min Read

Find and Fix Problems Fast with SingleStore Tools

SingleStore Tools is a new set of command line programs for managing the clusters of servers or instances that make up your database.  You…
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SingleStore’s Hiring Process for Frontend-Focused Engineers
Engineering6 min Read

SingleStore’s Hiring Process for Frontend-Focused Engineers

SingleStore's frontend-focused development team works on all sorts of interesting challenges to simplify the User Experience of our product…
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How to Use SingleStore and Node.js
Engineering4 min Read

How to Use SingleStore and Node.js

Do you need to get a basic SingleStore application setup quickly using Node.js? Well, this guide’s got you covered. We will be covering how…
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Improving our UI testing at SingleStore
Engineering6 min Read

Improving our UI testing at SingleStore

In this blog post, written by Joanna Lew, (Software Engineer at SingleStore), we share our experience with adding Cypress and React Testing…
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Moving Away From Next.js
Engineering6 min Read

Moving Away From Next.js

We moved away from Next.js 11 months ago and haven't looked back! Why did we do it? What challenges did we face along the way? Read on to…
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Porting 30K Lines of Code from Flow to TypeScript
Engineering13 min Read

Porting 30K Lines of Code from Flow to TypeScript

We recently ported the 30,000 lines of JavaScript code in SingleStore Studio from Flow to TypeScript . In this article, I describe why we…
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Replicating PostgreSQL into SingleStore’s Columnstore
Columnstore6 min Read

Replicating PostgreSQL into SingleStore’s Columnstore

Thanks to Oryan Moshe for this awesome blog post, which originally appeared on DEV Community. In the blog post, Oryan describes how to…
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Scaling Worldwide Parcel Logistics with SingleStore and Vectorized
Database6 min Read

Scaling Worldwide Parcel Logistics with SingleStore and Vectorized

Learn how SingleStore and Redpanda can work together to solve the operational complexity of global logistics. In this blog post we present a…
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Learnings from Snowflake and Aurora: Separating Storage and Compute for Transaction and Analytics
Cloud7 min Read

Learnings from Snowflake and Aurora: Separating Storage and Compute for Transaction and Analytics

Separation of storage and compute is an important capability of most cloud native databases. Being able to scale compute independently from…
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SingleStore DB 7.3 is Now Generally Available
Announcements4 min Read

SingleStore DB 7.3 is Now Generally Available

SingleStore is proud to announce the general availability of SingleStore DB 7.3 for immediate download. SingleStore DB 7.3 is also available…
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How We Integrated SingleStore Studio with Kerberos
Engineering3 min Read

How We Integrated SingleStore Studio with Kerberos

Integrating Kerberos and SingleStore DB (MySQL protocol) authentication can be hard enough. However, this can be made even harder by…
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SingleStore Universal Storage, Episode 3: Revenge of the Upsert
Announcements4 min Read

SingleStore Universal Storage, Episode 3: Revenge of the Upsert

SingleStore Universal Storage technology is a dramatic evolution of our columnstore data format that allows it to support both operational…
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The Beauty of a Shared-Nothing SQL DBMS for Skewed Database Sizes
Engineering7 min Read

The Beauty of a Shared-Nothing SQL DBMS for Skewed Database Sizes

The limitations of a typical, traditional relational database management system (RDBMS) have forced all sorts of compromises on data…
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The Future is Bottomless
Engineering5 min Read

The Future is Bottomless

SingleStore is a state of the art, distributed, scale-out, transaction processing and query execution engine. In the same system, we can do…
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The Write Stuff
Engineering4 min Read

The Write Stuff

Why did the world need SingleStore? In this blog post, updated from a few years ago, early SingleStore Product Manager Carlos Bueno explains…
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Toward more efficient and inclusive work with asynchronous communication
Engineering4 min Read

Toward more efficient and inclusive work with asynchronous communication

I once heard that a “book worth reading is worth reading twice”, and I’ve found this to be true about other things as well. There’s a…
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Live WASM Demo from SingleStore’s Launch Pad!
Engineering3 min Read

Live WASM Demo from SingleStore’s Launch Pad!

SingleStore’s June 23 event didn’t just launch the world’s only hybrid multi-cloud, unified analytical and transactional database. We also…
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Ways to Compute Pi in SQL
Engineering1 min Read

Ways to Compute Pi in SQL

In celebration of Pi Day , I asked SingleStore’s Engineering team to come up with clever ways to compute pi in SQL. Because that’s the kind…
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Leveraging Web Workers For Client-Side Applications with React & Redux
Engineering6 min Read

Leveraging Web Workers For Client-Side Applications with React & Redux

If you’ve ever had a web application freeze while it was calculating something, chances are that performing that computation in a JavaScript…
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Building Fast Distributed Synchronous Replication at SingleStore – Webinar Recap 1 of 2
Engineering5 min Read

Building Fast Distributed Synchronous Replication at SingleStore – Webinar Recap 1 of 2

This is the first part of a two-part blog post; part two is here . The recent release of SingleStore DB 7.0 has fast replication as one…
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Building Fast Distributed Synchronous Replication at SingleStore – Webinar Recap 2 of 2
Engineering17 min Read

Building Fast Distributed Synchronous Replication at SingleStore – Webinar Recap 2 of 2

This is the second part of a two-part blog post; part one is here . The recent release of SingleStore 7.0 has fast replication as one…
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The Story Behind SingleStore’s Skiplist Indexes
Columnstore9 min Read

The Story Behind SingleStore’s Skiplist Indexes

This blog post was originally published in January 2014, and it has long been the first blog post on the SingleStore blog – and one of the…
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Your Phone Already Has Bottomless
Engineering3 min Read

Your Phone Already Has Bottomless

SingleStore has a key new feature in our 7.5 Release called bottomless. In this blog we use something familiar to everyone, photo apps, as…
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