Choosing the Right Databases for Shopee's Applications — It’s worth noting this article is hosted by PingCAP, creators of TiDB, but beyond that it’s a look at the process of choosing which databases best suit your use cases by two engineers at a large Asian e-commerce platform (Shopee). Unsurprisingly, TiDB features heavily here, but also Redis and MySQL.
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NetEase Games: Why We Chose a Distributed SQL Database Alongside MySQL to Break down Data Silos | TiDB
Why a Game Company Chose a Distributed SQL Database Alongside MySQL — Yes, this is a...Why a Game Company Chose a Distributed SQL Database Alongside MySQL — Yes, this is a TiDB case study, but it’s interesting to see why a company chose it over other MySQL-based and NewSQL storage solutions.