TiDB and KubeSphere are powerful tools for cloud-native applications. In this post, I will demonstrate how to deploy TiDB on KubeSphere from scratch. TiDB, a cloud-native, open-source NewSQL database that supports Hybrid Transactional and Analytical Processing (HTAP) workloads, meets that need admirably. Its architecture is suitable for Kubernetes, and it is MySQL compatible. TiDB also features horizontal scalability, strong consistency, and high availability.
In a world where Kubernetes has become the de facto standard to build application services that span multiple containers, running a cloud-native distributed database represents an important part of the experience of using Kubernetes. In this connection, TiDB, a cloud-native, open-source NewSQL database that supports hybrid transactional and analytical processing (HTAP) workloads, meets those needs admirably. Its architecture is suitable for Kubernetes, and it is MySQL-compatible. TiDB also features horizontal scalability, strong consistency, and high availability.
In addition to TiDB, I am also using KubeSphere, an open-source distributed operating system that manages cloud-native applications with Kubernetes as its kernel. It provides a plug-and-play architecture for the seamless integration of third-party applications to boost its ecosystem. KubeSphere can be run anywhere as it is highly pluggable without any hacking into Kubernetes.
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Release TiDB to the App Store — TiDB on KubeSphere: Release a Cloud-Native Distributed Database to the KubeSphere App Store. KubeSphere, an open-source, distributed operating system with Kubernetes as its kernel, helps you manage cloud-native applications on a GUI container platform.
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