Dive into our latest blog to explore a rigorous ClickHouse benchmark tournament, featuring AWS’s 7th-gen Intel m7i, AMD m7a, and Graviton m7g instances. With Altinity.Cloud’s easy configuration, discover which instance offers the best price-performance ratio for your cloud operations. Find your optimal AWS instance for ClickHouse deployments through our concise analysis.
Learn about gp3 (the latest AWS general purpose Elastic Block Storage), how you can use gp3 volumes in AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS), and how to change parameters of EBS volumes from inside EKS clusters using a new open source software from Altinity.
AWS introduced new instance type families, powered by Graviton3 ARM processors: m7g and r7g. We tested m7g’s performance using the ClickHouse SSB workload and found it’s 35% faster its older brother m6g, and 15% faster than Intel m6i instance! Learn more.
ARM processors are hot. Amazon AWS and Apple have been building their own ARM processors for a few years already. Today we are happy to announce the first ever managed ClickHouse on ARM!
Word is getting around that ClickHouse is the fastest data warehouse on the block. So how do you get this goodness working in Amazon? Watch this introduction to Altinity.Cloud today.