Altinity™ and ClickHouse in the News
Altinity grabs $4M seed to build cloud version of ClickHouse open source data warehouseEarlier this month, cloud data warehouse Snowflake turned heads when it debuted on the stock market. Today, Altinity, the commercial company behind the open source ClickHouse data warehouse announced a $4 million seed round from Accel along with a new cloud service, Altinity.CloudTM.
Our Online Analytical Processing Journey with ClickHouse on KubernetesLearn about the latest evolution of online analytical processing (OLAP) data, now with ClickHouse on Kubernetes.
How Snowflake raised $3bn in a record software IPOInvestors scrambled for shares in Snowflake, a maker of database programs, as it went public on the New York Stock Exchange on September 16th. But competition in the database business is heating up. As the Economist says, A few startups are already offering cheaper and more flexible “open source” alternatives such as ClickHouse, a particularly zippy data-management system sold by a startup called Altinity.
5 ways to lose data on Kubernetes—and how to avoid themDon’t snooze and lose. If your critical databases and stateful applications are migrating to Kubernetes, the sorrows of accidental data loss aren't far behind. And data is the lifeblood of modern applications.
Data Monoliths Go Cloud-Native with KubernetesBreaking monolithic applications into independently scalable services is the core of the cloud-native application model. By making cloud-native apps easy to deploy and manage, Kubernetes has contributed to a big change in IT practices.