Presentation slides from webinar hosted on October 6, 2021.
ClickHouse is open source. You can build it yourself. What’s more, you can make it better! In this webinar, we’ll demonstrate how to pull the ClickHouse code from Github and build it. We’ll then walk through how to contribute and more!
OSA Con, our new online conference on open source analytics, is approaching fast! November 2 is just around the corner. Since we announced the conference on August 30, we have received many great proposals. We have already selected a number of sessions along with four excellent keynotes that we’ll be publishing shortly. If you have[…]
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!
When we created the first version of the Altinity Knowledge Base, we created a site where we could share our ClickHouse knowledge with the ClickHouse community, whether they are an Altinity customer or not. We originally built the system using Gitbook, which let Altinity staff get in, make a change, and publish it. But from the start we had a desire to share this knowledge base with everyone. Keep reading to see how we will continue to expand the Knowledge Base across the ClickHouse community.
Altinity is excited to announce OSA Con, a new conference on open source analytics. We will bring together developers of open source analytic projects with developers who use open source in analytic applications. OSA Con will take place online on November 2nd, 2021. It’s free. Here are a few of the topics OSA Con will[…]
We are proud to announce the Percona Live community analytics track, organized by Altinity. There are so many great talks on up-and-coming data warehouses and databases. Join us May 12-13, 2021!
Do you have an intriguing story to tell about open source and analytic databases? Good news! We have a conference for you. We are looking for great talks. Altinity is managing the Analytics Track for the Percona Live Online 2021 conference, which runs virtually this coming May 12-13th. In case you don’t know Percona Live,[…]
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.