Rockset multiple virtual instances are generally available, allowing you to isolate and independently scale compute for streaming ingest, low latency queries, and multiple applications (also referred to as compute-compute separation).
_seq_no field ensures data consistency and prevents conflicting updates by persisting the most up-to-date version of a document. Read more here.
Async queries can now be utilized with a simple flag in the request body. The Pagination API is also now easily accessible by setting the max_initial_results parameter. See updated Async Queries and Pagination guides.
Now you can take advantage of Rockset ingest transformations for MongoDB with the full document support. See details here.
CPU-based auto-scaling for Rockset Virtual Instances is now available in private preview. Please contact us if you'd like to get access.
With Auto-scaling policies, you can set a policy to scale up automatically during high load and scale down during off-peak hours to maximize the utilization of your Virtual Instance. Learn more here.
Get a detailed log of all queries running in your org to identify and optimize slow queries and troubleshoot high-CPU utilization time windows. Learn more here.
View all currently running and recently completed queries on your virtual instance, including queue time, run time, and status details. Go to your Virtual Instances tab and click on any active Virtual Instance to try it out.
You can now schedule your query lambdas for automatic execution and configure specific actions based on the executed query lambda results by calling a webhook endpoint. Learn more here.
You can now configure Virtual Instances to automatically mount all collections on the Virtual Instance before it was suspended. All newly created virtual instances will default to remounting on resume. Click edit on the Virtual Instance details page to toggle the option on or off.