One of CockroachDB's capabilities, which makes it great fit for large scale projects, is its horizontal scaleability. In contrast to legacy architectures, which are typical active/passive in nature, CockroachDB provides a multi-active architecture in wich all the nodes of a cluster are able to read/write to the dataset.
This demo will show you the self-healing capabilities of CockroachDB. In scenarios where your number of nodes is larger than your configured replication factor (assuming constraints like replication zones are met) CockroachDB will automatically up-replicate data of a failed node onto the remaining ones, in order to restore the desired
In this demo I'll show you one of the key characteristics of CockroachDB, its multi-regional survivability. CockroachDB clusters can easily spanning multiple geographic regions and replicate your data across those regions for maximum availability, in order to help you design systems with "always-on" requirements, which will help to drive negative