Accidental storage deletion is preventable with the Altinity Kubernetes Operator for ClickHouse. Avoid accidents with reclaimPolicy: retain.
Building analytic applications on ClickHouse? Great choice!
In this talk, we’ll show 7 tricks to develop analytic apps that are fast, cost-efficient, and easy to maintain. They include loading data from S3, using aggregation instead of joins, applying materialized views, using compression effectively, and many others. As you learn them you’ll also gain insight into how column storage, parallel processing, and distributed algorithms make ClickHouse the fastest analytic database on the planet.
Join us to unleash the power of real-time data today!
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!
Altinity.Cloud Anywhere manages ClickHouse clusters in any Kubernetes. It can even control ClickHouse on an Intel NUC on a home network!
There are many methods to improve ClickHouse security at the user level. User level network access rules are a key method to protect ClickHouse data. Learn how they work and how to apply them.
Altinity.Cloud has a simple, flexible billing model. Learn how billing works and how to tune resources for cost-efficient analytics.
The Linux OOM killer terminates ClickHouse servers that use too much memory. Learn how to detect and prevent it in your environment.
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.