Over the last few years, Kubernetes has transitioned from an object of curiosity and fear to a robust platform for big data. Join us to learn how the Altinity Kubernetes Operator for ClickHouse enables users to run high-performance analytics on ClickHouse. We’ll start with a simple installation and teach you how to scale it into a cluster that can analyze 100s of terabytes of data. Along the way, we’ll share our lessons for ClickHouse on Kubernetes in Altinity.Cloud. We built it on Kubernetes using the Altinity Operator and now run hundreds of clusters in the cloud. You can too!
We will discuss suggestions and tips on how to recognize when MySQL is overburdened with analytics and can benefit from ClickHouse’s unique capabilities. We will then walk through important patterns for integrating MySQL and ClickHouse which will enable the building of powerful and cost-efficient applications that leverage the strengths of both databases.
Want fast MySQL analytics? Then check out the Altinity Sink Connector for ClickHouse. Merging the power of ClickHouse with MySQL, the sink connector lets you replicate data from MySQL to ClickHouse in real-time.
June 10, 2019
The last two weeks have been a busy time for ClickHouse-related events. Altinity as well as the Yandex teams have been doing a world tour that included events in the US as well as Asia. Besides the opportunity to meet people there were a lot of great presentations on ClickHouse itself.
The Madrid ClickHouse Meetup is over. Having attended in person I can report it was excellent: well-organized with great content. The meetup venue was the Google for Startups Campus, which has a comfortable auditorium capable of holding over 100 attendees. Between the venue and quality of the talks, it was more like a mini-conference than a meetup.