2022 is almost over. Santa Claus is decorating his sleigh for the holiday voyage, and people all around the world are preparing to celebrate the new year. Let’s have a seat and take a quick look back to what Altinity was in 2022, and imagine what we can do in 2023.
You can now use the new Altinity Tableau Connector for ClickHouse on macOS & Linux platforms. Based on the JDBC protocol, the new version is also compatible with Tableau server.
Our team has been busy coming out with new versions of our products since the beginning of the year, so we gathered the entire list for Q1 in one place.
With the announcement of the Altinity Tableau Connector for ClickHouse, we wanted to take the opportunity to show off some handy Tableau tips and tricks for making some very cool charts based off of ClickHouse data.
We know that setting up your own ClickHouse test server with sample data can take a little time and storage, so we’re saving you all of that by providing a free demo ClickHouse cluster hosted on Altinity.Cloud.
We like ClickHouse. We also like showing new ways to present ClickHouse data. We are therefore happy to announce the Altinity ClickHouse Tableau Connector. It’s in beta and available for use.
ClickHouse users often require data to be accessed in a user-friendly way. There is a number of tools that can display big data using visualization effects, charts, filters, etc. Tableau is one of the popular ones. In this article, we will explain how Tableau can be used with ClickHouse data source.