SingleStore 7.022 min Read

With the SingleStore DB 7. 0 release, SingleStore has added more special-purpose features, making it even easier to manage time series data…
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Columnstore4 min Read

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…
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SingleStore 7.05 min Read

SingleStore is uniquely suited to real-time analytics, where data is being ingested, updated, and queried concurrently with aggregate queries. Real-time analytics use cases often are based on event data, where each separate event has a timestamp. It’s natural to interpret such a sequence of events as a time series. Prior to the 7.0 release, SingleStore delivered many capabilities that make it well-suited to time-series data management [ Han19 ] . These include: a scaled-out, shared-nothing…
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Case Study7 min Read

Thorn’s child sex trafficking investigations tool, Spotlight , gathers information from escort sites to provide law enforcement with a tool to help find trafficked children, fast. (A Special Agent for the Wisconsin Human Trafficking Task Force describes Spotlight this way: “ It is the greatest tool we have in the fight against human trafficking. “) And using SingleStore is one of the ways they do it. SingleStore is a powerful solution that meets Thorn’s requirements, including SQL support; fast…
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SingleStore 7.011 min Read

SingleStore VP of Product Rick Negrin describes the upcoming SingleStore DB 7. 0 in depth. He describes crucial features such as fast synchronous replication, for transaction resilience, and Universal Storage™, which leads to lower total cost of ownership (TCO) and more operational flexibility, at both the architectural and operational levels. Negrin also describes new tools for deploying and managing SingleStore and new features in SingleStore Studio for monitoring, investigating active…
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Announcements6 min Read

SingleStore extends our operational data platform with an on-demand, elastic cloud service, and new features to support Tier 1 workloads. SingleStore is proud to announce two exciting new product releases today: SingleStore Managed Service , our on-demand, elastic cloud database-as-a-service, and SingleStore DB 7.0 Beta 2, the next major release of our database engine, featuring SingleStore Universal Storage ™ – a breakthrough new way of managing data – and new features to fully support Tier…
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Announcements9 min Read

System of record capability is the holy grail for transactional databases. Companies need to run their most trusted workloads on a database that has many ways to ensure that transactions are completed and to back up completed transactions, with fast and efficient restore capability. SingleStore DB 7.0 includes new features that deliver very fast synchronous replication – including a second copy in the initial write operation, atomically – and incremental backup, which offers increased…
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Announcements11 min Read

SingleStore Universal Storage is a new vision for how databases can work – first blurring and then, for most use cases, erasing any apparent difference between today’s rowstore and columnstore tables. In SingleStore Universal Storage™ Phase 1, shipping as part of SingleStore DB 7.0 ( currently in beta ), rowstore tables get null compression, lowering TCO in many cases by 50%. Columnstore tables get seekable columnstores, which support fast seeks and updates, giving columnstore tables many of the…
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Forums2 min Read

The SingleStore Forums are seeing more and more community contributions – not just timely and incisive questions, but answers from the community, and valuable content contributions as well. We have two new community stars for the summer, and some valuable Q&As flying back and forth. What Makes an Online Community Work? Participation in any online community is mostly optional. People always have a lot of ways they can spend their time, so for an online community to take off, it has to offer a…
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Announcement18 min Read

Editor’s note: Running these benchmarks and documenting the results is truly a team effort. In addition to John Sherwood, Eric Hanson and Nick Kline authored this blog post. If you’re anything like us, you probably roll your eyes at “company benchmarks its own software, writes a post about it.” This of course raises a question: if we’re cynical industry veterans, numb from the constant deluge of benchmarketing … why are we writing this? Simple: we wanted to prove to ourselves that we’re the only…
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