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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
Important notice for our beloved Apache Kafka users. We continue to improve Kafka engine reliability, performance and usability, and as a part of this entertaining process we have released 188.8.131.52 Altinity Stable ClickHouse release. This release supersedes the previous stable release 184.108.40.206, and addresses following problems:Read More
Welcome to the year 2020! New Year came and it's a good time to update your ClickHouse to the latest Altinity stable version which we are presenting today. As always, Altinity Stable is a version we know is good and recommended for production use. You can use a newer version in your lab environment to try the latest features.
The year 2019 ended with a burst of ClickHouse community events in the US and Europe. There were many great talks about ClickHouse from users exploring new use cases as well as operating at large scale. Here is a quick rundown.Read More