ClickHouse Meetups at Bay Area. Recap

We would like to thank all attendees, our great partners, talented speakers, and generous hosts, who made these events possible and successful!

Presentations from meetups are published here.

Bay Area ClickHouse Week is Coming (Apr 23-27)

Bay Area ClickHouse Week is Coming (Apr 23-27)

Great news for San Francisco Bay Area: ClickHouse is coming. The week of April 22nd is going to be entertaining for ClickHouse adopters and newcomers: Percona Live conference talks, two ClickHouse meetups, meetings with ClickHouse developers and Altinity team – you should not miss this!

Migration to ClickHouse. Practical guide

Author: Alexander Zaitsev, Altinity Co-founder

In this presentation, Alexander talks about his experience in migration company data to ClickHouce, shares the most important lessons they learned, and discusses the best application design practices for building a large-scale platform based on ClickHouse.

Supercharge your Analytics with ClickHouse, v.2

It’s an updated version of the presentation with additional slides.

Author: Vadim Tkachenko, CTO at Percona and Principal Advisor at Altinity. 

Overview: ClickHouse is a real-time analytical database system. Even though they’re only celebrating one year as open source software, it has already proved itself ready for the serious workloads.

Clickhouse at Cloudflare

Author: Marek Vavruša, a programmer working for Cloudflare, mostly on DNS related projects.

Overview: Marek Vavruša, from CloudFlare, shares a story how they use ClickHouse to analyzes 1MDNS queries per second.  

How to build analytics for 100bn logs a month with ClickHouse.

Author: Vadim Tkachenko, CTO at Percona and Principal Advisor at Altinity. Vadim leads Percona Engineering Team, which focuses on development of Percona software products, technology research and performance evaluations of Percona’s and third-party products.

Overview: ClickHouse is a real-time analytical database system. With a celebration of only 1 year as OpenSource, it already proved ready for serious workloads. We talked about ClickHouse in general, some internals and why it is so fast. ClickHouse is complementary to MySQL, which is traditionally weak for analytical workload, we touched how to make two systems work together.