The latest version of Apache ShardingSphere-On-Cloud, version 0.2.0, has introduced a new CRD ComputeNode for ShardingSphere Operator. This brand-new addition provides users with the ability to define computing nodes entirely within the ShardingSphere structure.

Introduction to ComputeNode

The primary building blocks of Apache ShardingSphere’s traditional architecture are computing nodes, storage nodes, and governance nodes. The ShardingSphere Proxy acts as the computing node and serves as the entry point for all data traffic. It’s also in charge of data governance functionalities like distribution and balancing. The storage node is where all ShardingSphere metadata is stored, including sharding rules, encryption rules, and read-write splitting rules. Governance node components like Zookeeper and Etcd make up the governance node.

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