The June 8 meetup in Amsterdam was the first in-person ClickHouse community meetup in over 2 years. We bring you the first-hand report of ClickHouse talks, news, and updates.
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 220.127.116.11 release and changes to Community Build 18.104.22.168-lts and the previous Altinity Stable 22.214.171.124.
Get a quick low-down of recent ClickHouse meetups and upcoming community events. Videos and slide decks are included!
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!
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.
Editor’s Note: This blog article is also posted on the official ClickHouse blog. We would like to thank Alexey Milovidov, Ivan Blinkov, and Alexander Zaitsev for their kind assistance. One of the great “features” of ClickHouse is a friendly and welcoming community. In this article, we would like to outline how the ClickHouse community arose,[…]
The MindsDB team has come up with a creative way to integrate machine learning models with ClickHouse. We’re delighted to share it on the Altinity Blog.
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.