The CrateDB 2.3.x release line is stable now, so head on over to the downloads page to get started. In this post, I will take a closer look at some of the other new features in 2.3.
We announced CrateDB 2.3 last week. In this post, I will take a closer look at some of the new features.
CrateDB is running in production in companies around the world, with users applying a range of different monitoring solutions to ensure cluster (hardware) health and responsiveness in addition to providing indicators whether the cluster size should be changed. This blogpost explains some metrics and how and why they should be monitored!
We are excited to announce that crate-pdo and its ORM Layer crate-dbal now support PHP 7.
We've doubled the JOINs performance for almost all queries, and removed many of the previously existing restrictions.
While there have always been manual ways to create restorable backups of Crate databases, as of version 0.53, we are pleased to announce the 'Snapshots' feature.
Today we've taken two huge steps forward in our journey by releasing support for table joins, and support for Geo Shapes in our newest testing release (0.53.0).
The Crate Driver supports all latest versions of Laravel, and eloquent, Laravel's ORM system.