We’re proud to announce the release of Altinity Stable 18.104.22.168 for ClickHouse with new bug fixes and installation options. Click to learn more!
A few months ago we certified 21.8 as an Altinity Stable release. It was delivered together with the Altinity Stable build for ClickHouse. Since then many things have happened to ClickHouse. In Altinity we continued to work on newer releases and run them in-house. We completed several new features, and many more have been added[…]
1 Trillion rows is a lot but ClickHouse can handle it and so can you. Our first article in a blog series shows how to set up a large dataset in Altinity.Cloud — using features like multi-volume storage, fast server rescaling, and scheduled operation — at a minimal cost.
Read the latest updates to 21.1 and 21.8 Altinity Stable Builds for ClickHouse — built in a secure environment and signed and maintained for three years. You’ll find a security update to the 22.214.171.124 release and changes to Community Build 126.96.36.199-lts and the previous Altinity Stable 188.8.131.52.
One of the first when working with ClickHouse is “How do I set up my own ClickHouse cluster™?” This guide is the answer.
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.
With our new Homebrew tap, macOS developers and systems operators can type in a few commands and retrieve their preferred version of ClickHouse. Keep reading to learn how!
Today we are pleased to announce Altinity Stable builds for ClickHouse. These are the natural evolution of our popular Altinity Stable release label, which designates community builds that are ready for production usage. We have taken the extra step of building them so we can provide better support to users.
Today we annouce ClickHouse Altinity Stable release 21.8. This release is a significant upgrade since the previous Altinity Stable release. It includes 1472 pull requests from 224 contributors. Continue reading for full release notes.
A few months ago we certified ClickHouse 21.1 as an Altinity Stable release. Since then, we have worked on newer releases and run them in-house. We completed several new features, and even more have been added by community contributors.
The latest ClickHouse Altinity Stable Release 21.1 introduces significant new security features like LDAP external users directory, AES encryption functions along with MergeTree features, SQL compatibility, backward incompatible changes, and more.
Welcome to a new year and a new present from Altinity! Helping developers create valuable analytics on ClickHouse is our number one priority. To this end, we have created a new documentation site to better support and document our software offerings for the community.