Presentation slides from webinar hosted on March 30, 2022.
In Part 1 we showed how ClickHouse uses parallel processing power to collect aggregates. In Part 2, we’re showing how to make aggregations faster and more efficient.
Summarization is a powerful tool for understanding masses of data. Learn how to make this process efficient and fast through ClickHouse — in part 1 of our ClickHouse aggregation series.
Hacker News published a report detailing ClickHouse vulnerabilities. The good news – these were fixed months ago, and the latest Altinity Stable Builds are already updated so they are not affected.
As countless ClickHouse users have learned, Kubernetes is a great platform for data. It’s portable to almost every IT environment. But there’s still the occasional dark cloud. One of these is pod crash loops, which arise when a ClickHouse pod crashes on startup. This article shows how to diagnose and fix them.
It is now almost two weeks since the Russian government launched a brutal invasion of Ukraine, triggering a humanitarian catastrophe and risks to businesses across the globe. Our first concern has been to care for our employees, relatives, and partners directly affected by the warfare.
Review of Ben Wagner presenting How We Built Firebolt. Firebolt embedded ClickHouse as their query engine!
2021 has been a great year for Altinity.Cloud. Altinity.Cloud users have grown to almost a third of our subscription customers. So what have we learned? In this article, I would like to call out three points for anyone working on real-time analytics and ClickHouse.
ClickHouse is on the fast track to become the most popular analytic database on the planet. Learn how users can run in Altinity.Cloud or manage ClickHouse themselves
As regular readers of this blog are aware, Altinity.Cloud now supports Google Cloud Platform, also known as GCP. I recently took the new capability out for a spin to see what it’s like to run ClickHouse there.
Time flies! The 27 October SF ClickHouse Meetup had three new talks on the themes of data visualization and JSON processing. The videos have been up for a while so here’s a quick summary as well as links in case you would like to watch them.
OSA Con 2021, our first conference dedicated to open source analytics, is a wrap. We had a great conference with 22 talks by 31 presenters. I’m delighted that we could bring together so many different projects and applications under a single roof.