Nov 21, 2017
It might not be obvious from the start, but ClickHouse supports different kinds of compressions, namely two LZ4 and ZSTD.
Nov 21, 2017
Nov 8, 2017
ClickHouse introduced a new major feature in version 1.1.54310 - it is a custom partitioning for tables with MergeTree engine. Before it enforced to use Date field for partitioning and the only choice to partition by month.
The new version allows much more flexibility and we can choose the partition schema not only based on Date fields.Read More
Nov 6, 2017
Activity in and around ClickHouse has dramatically increased recent weeks. Percona Live in Dublin, meetups in Bay Area and Berlin, new features, many new companies adopting ClickHouse -- all that generate a lot of news and increase interest to ClickHouse further.
In this article I would like to highlight some ClickHouse recent news. Eventually we plan to publish a monthly ClickHouse news digest, so this is a test ball.Read More
Oct 23, 2017
ClickHouse is an excellent analytics database choice not just for startups but also for companies that have already invested significant amount of resources into their analytics solutions, but are not completely satisfied with the results. In this article we will discuss how and when companies consider the ClickHouse migration project, and what challenges they may expect. We do not disclose any names, but every example has a real world prototype.
Oct 5, 2017
In this blog, I'll use ClickHouse and Tabix to look at a new very large dataset for research.
It is an interesting dataset I found recently that has been available since 2015. This is Reddit's comments and submissions dataset, made possible thanks to Reddit's generous API.Read More
Sept 13, 2017
In this blog, I’ll look at how to use ClickHouse for parallel log processing. Below I’ll show how ClickHouse can be used to efficiently perform this task. ClickHouse is attractive because it has multi-core parallel query processing
Aug 30, 2017
It took a while for Yandex to respond to numerous community requests regarding release notes. But finally it's there. On August 21-st Yandex created a changelog file covering releases starting from 1.1.54245, and they keep it up to date so far.
Aug 30, 2017
In this blog post, we’ll look at nested data structures in ClickHouse for MySQL and how this can be used with PMM to look at queries.
Aug 21, 2017
Altinity announced that it will provide a cloud version of ClickHouse on Kodiak Data MemCloudTM, the edge-cloud for Big Data.
Aug 10, 2017
In this article we discover several companies that are using ClickHouse in production for different use cases.
Jun 26, 2017
In this blog post, we’ll look at how ClickHouse performs in a general analytical workload using the star schema benchmark test.
Jun 19, 2017
We continue benchmarking ClickHouse. In this article we discuss a benchmark against Amazon RedShift.
Jun 5, 2017
ClickHouse data distribution and replication are fundamental techniques for building reliable and scalable ClickHouse systems. In this article we will explain how it works from the user perspective
May 24, 2017
ClickHouse is an exellent DBMS with very smart people working on it. Unfortunately, it still lacks some important communication procedures, and arguable the most wanted one is release notes.
Altinity mission is to make ClickHouse use easy for everbody, and we will try to fill the gap between Yandex and end users.
Below are release notes that Yandex team presented at the recent meetup in Ekaterinburg. It includes changes and new features appeared in latest 1.1.54231 release as well as some others that were not yet documented or publically explained.