ClickHouse is on the fast track to become the most popular analytic database on the planet. Learn how users can run in Altinity.Cloud or manage ClickHouse themselves
As regular readers of this blog are aware, Altinity.Cloud now supports Google Cloud Platform, also known as GCP. I recently took the new capability out for a spin to see what it’s like to run ClickHouse there.
Our goal was to bring together a diverse set of presentations from the entire open source analytic community, rather than focusing on single projects or applications. We’ve succeeded and here’s just a sample of talks you’ll hear.
Kubernetes is a powerful platform for big data and is particularly well-suited for ClickHouse. If you have been wondering about trying Kubernetes, this webinar is for you. The first half introduces Kubernetes basics while the second half focuses on ClickHouse. You’ll learn everything you need to start grappling with big data on Kubernetes. Please join us!
ClickHouse now fully supports both AWS S3 and MinIO as S3-compatible object storage services. In this comparison, we will test the performance of AWS S3 and MinIO when used to store table data from two of our standard datasets: the OnTime dataset; and the New York Taxi dataset.
In November 2020, Alexander Zaitsev introduced S3-compatible object storage compatibility with ClickHouse. In his article ClickHouse and S3 Compatible Object Storage, he provided steps to use AWS S3 with ClickHouse’s disk storage system and the S3 table function. Now, we are excited to announce full support for integrating with MinIO, ClickHouse’s second fully supported S3-compatible[…]
As databases and stateful apps rapidly adopt Kubernetes, the reality of accidental data loss isn’t far behind. Robert Hodges, Altinity CEO, will give listeners tools to push through the paranoia and ensure happy experiences with cloud native data.
The ClickHouse Kubernetes operator is great at spinning up data warehouse clusters on Kubernetes. Once they are up, though, how can you see what they are actually doing? It’s time for monitoring!
In this article we’ll explore how to configure two popular tools for building monitoring systems: Prometheus and Grafana. The ClickHouse Kubernetes operator includes scripts to set these up quickly and add a basic dashboard for clusters.
by Robert Hodges, Altinity CEO
San Francisco ClickHouse Meetup, February 5, 2020
by Robert Hodges, Altinity CEO
San Diego Cloud Native Computing Meetup, January 23, 2020
The Altinity team just returned from sponsoring at KubeCon North America in San Diego November 19-21. I would like to thank all the people who visited our booth, especially current customers and ClickHouse users. It’s starting to be a real crowd!
LONDON, November 19, 2019 — Altinity is pleased to announce a production-ready version 0.7.0 of the innovative ClickHouse Kubernetes Operator. The new operator release enables users to confidently use Kubernetes to run ClickHouse, a popular real-time data. warehouse used by a worldwide open source community.