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Robert Barabas

This blog outlines the deployment of Tigris on an Google's Kubernetes Engine (GKE) Autopilot instance.

The installation will use recommended settings for redundancy, allocating more resources than a simple laptop based installation would. For more information on the laptop based installation please consult our previous blog!

If you would rather watch a video, check out the deployment in action on YouTube:

8 min read
Robert Barabas

This blog outlines the deployment of Tigris on an AWS managed Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS). Future blogs we will walk through other aspects of the product setup for Tigris as a service, such as the setup of authentication. Stay tuned!

The installation will use recommended settings for redundancy, allocating more resources than a simple laptop based installation would. For more information on the laptop based installation please consult our previous blog!

If you would rather watch a video, check out the deployment in action on YouTube:

8 min read
Peter Boros
Robert Barabas

Tigris is an open source developer data platform that makes building data-rich applications a breeze. This is the first of a series of blog posts where we show you how to deploy Tigris in various environments. In the first post of the series we will show you how to set up the Tigris platform on your laptop. In our next posts we will cover deploying Tigris on EKS and GKE.

4 min read
Ovais Tariq
Complexity to Simplicity with Tigris

Join the Tigris waitlist and be the first to try the new open-source developer data platform for your next application

Over the past year, we鈥檝e been building a revolutionary new data platform for developers to handle all their applications鈥 data needs without all the data infrastructure complexity. This is the first truly open source developer data platform available with a simple yet powerful, unified API that spans search, event streaming, and transactional document store. It enables you to focus on building your applications and stop worrying about the data infrastructure.

One min read
Ovais Tariq

We're excited to announce that Tigris Data has joined Netlify's Jamstack Innovation Fund as one of the 10 most promising Jamstack startups.

Tigris Data joins Netlify's Jamstack Innovation Fund

As the world increasingly shifts to digital-first interactions, the need for fast, reliable, and secure web applications has never been greater. The Jamstack movement is a response to this need, focused on building web applications that provide rich experiences while at the same time being easy to deploy and scale. Data is, of course, crucial to building rich experiences, and the support from Netlify will accelerate our mission to provide the fast, reliable and secure data layer that Jamstack applications need to thrive.

7 min read
Ovais Tariq

In our inaugural blog post Hello world, we talked about the problem of data infrastructure sprawl that, over the years, has complicated modern application development, while putting a lot of burden on the operations team who must manage, maintain and secure many different databases and technologies.

In this blog post, we鈥檒l explain what we mean when we say "data infrastructure sprawl" by walking through a typical example, and then we鈥檒l explain why it doesn鈥檛 have to be this way.

3 min read
Ovais Tariq
Himank Chaudhary
Yevgeniy Firsov

We're excited to announce the launch of Tigris Data, a company on the mission of simplifying data management for developers.

Over the years, data has become increasingly complex and difficult to manage. Developers have had their lives made exponentially more difficult due in large part to all these different technologies, data models, APIs, and databases they're expected to put together to build modern applications.

The database sprawl also puts a lot of pressure on operations teams, who must manage, maintain and secure these different databases and technologies. Then there is the onerous task of operationalizing these databases across multiple different cloud platforms.

Complexity to Simplicity with Tigris