ClickHouse clusters depend on ZooKeeper to handle replication and distributed DDL commands. In this webinar, we’ll explain why ZooKeeper is necessary, how it works, and introduce the new built-in replacement.
Presentation slides from webinar hosted on October 6, 2021.
The final SF Bay Area ClickHouse Meetup for 2021 took place on December 15th. We had talks on Redpanda event streaming to ClickHouse as well as Altinity Dashboard, a new UI for the ClickHouse Kubernetes Operator.
ClickHouse and Altinity products are not subject to CVE-2021-44228 based on knowledge available today. If you run any Java applications, you should check whether they have the affected Log4J library version. Check here for advice to detect and remediate the problem.
ClickHouse is open source. You can build it yourself. What’s more, you can make it better! In this webinar, we’ll demonstrate how to pull the ClickHouse code from Github and build it. We’ll then walk through how to contribute and more!
Window functions have arrived in ClickHouse! Our webinar will start with an introduction to standard window function syntax and show how it is implemented in ClickHouse. We’ll next show you problems that you can now solve easily using window functions. Finally, we’ll compare window functions to arrays, another powerful ClickHouse feature.
Kubernetes is a powerful platform for big data and is particularly well-suited for ClickHouse. If you have been wondering about trying Kubernetes, this webinar is for you. The first half introduces Kubernetes basics while the second half focuses on ClickHouse. You’ll learn everything you need to start grappling with big data on Kubernetes. Please join us!
Predictive analytics are popular in applications ranging from real-time marketing to factory maintenance. The key challenge is to integrate machine learning with the pools of data required to train models. In this webinar, we will show how to operate machine learning models from within ClickHouse using MindsDB.
Security and privacy are critical considerations in modern data warehouses. Join us to learn about ClickHouse security best practices including locking down servers, at-rest and in-flight encryption, and preventing information leaks through logs and system tables.
As part of helping to grow the ClickHouse community, we love topics related to analytic app development. This includes talks that help developers to learn about ClickHouse as well as innovative technologies like GraphQL. The December 2 ClickHouse SF Bay Area meetup had both types of content. Here is a summary including links to slides and videos for each.
We are delighted to announce that the ClickHouse Altinity Stable Release is updated to 126.96.36.199. This release introduces many changes and new Security, Dictionary, MergeTree, SQL compatibility, and various other features.
Editor’s Note. The Jitsu (formerly kSense) team are maintainers of the EventNative project on Github, which moves event records efficiently into data warehouses like ClickHouse. We’re delighted to share their intro to EventNative on the Altinity Blog.