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Safely scaling the TiDB cluster
TiDB Operator empowers TiDB with horizontal scalability on the cloud.
Rolling update of the TiDB cluster
Gracefully perform rolling updates for the TiDB cluster in order, achieving zero-downtime of the TiDB cluster.
Users can deploy and manage multiple TiDB clusters on a single Kubernetes cluster easily.
TiDB Operator automatically performs failover for your TiDB cluster when node failures occur.
Kubernetes package manager support
By embracing Kubernetes package manager Helm, users can easily deploy TiDB clusters with only one command.
Automatically monitoring TiDB cluster at creating
Automatically deploy Prometheus, Grafana for TiDB cluster monitoring.
Users can deploy a heterogeneous cluster join existing cluster.
You can follow our Get Started guide to quickly start a testing Kubernetes cluster and play with TiDB Operator on your own machine.
You can see our documentation at PingCAP website for more in-depth installation and instructions for production:
All the TiDB Operator documentation is maintained in the docs-tidb-operator repository.
Feel free to reach out if you have any questions. The maintainers of this project are reachable via:
Pull Requests are welcome! Check the issue tracker for
status/help-wanted issues if you're unsure where to start.
If you're planning a new feature, please file an issue or join #sig-k8s channel to discuss first.
Contributions are welcome and greatly appreciated. See CONTRIBUTING.md for details on submitting patches and the contribution workflow.
TiDB is under the Apache 2.0 license. See the LICENSE file for details.