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.
Altinity.Cloud Anywhere introduces a new concept of an “open cloud” that allows you to plug other clouds or on-prem deployments into Altinity management plane. The only requirement is Kubernetes.
ClickHouse Inc. was announced today. It is a gain for all ClickHouse community users as well as open source data management overall. At Altinity we have just one word to say: Welcome!
~ Altinity is the largest enterprise ClickHouse services provider. Altinity recently launched its first cloud service, Altinity.CloudTM and now aims to become a market leader in the Commercial Open Source Software (COSS) Space. ~ Altinity raised its first venture funding of $4M from Accel’s Daniel Levine. The company successfully expanded into a cloud platform. Its[…]
BERKELEY, October 1, 2020 — Altinity, the largest enterprise ClickHouse services provider, today launched its first cloud service, Altinity.CloudTM, which offers best-in-class operations, administration and maintenance to support application development with ClickHouse.
I’m pleased to share the news that Altinity has raised a $4M seed investment from Accel, led by Dan Levine. We are honored by Accel’s trust and delighted to work with Dan. We plan to use the investment to roll out our new Altinity.Cloud platform and to strengthen ClickHouse into the best analytic database on the planet.
A recent blog post from Gartner caught our attention at Altinity. The title is The Future of Database Management Systems is Cloud! and it makes the not-so sensational claim that public cloud is now the default platform for managing data.
What’s interesting is that the article makes two further claims that deserve very careful scrutiny.