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Announcing CrateDB 2.0 Enterprise Edition

May 16, 2017

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Andy Ellicott

We are excited to announce the availability of the testing release of CrateDB 2.0 and CrateDB Enterprise Edition. Here’s an explanation of what’s new, and how the CrateDB open source and CrateDB Enterprise editions will evolve over time. 2.0 Release Notes Firstly, here’s what’s new for everyone in CrateDB 2.0, which contains many important enhancements, […]

Announcing CrateDB 2.0 Enterprise Edition

by
Andy Ellicott

We are excited to announce the availability of the testing release of CrateDB 2.0 and CrateDB Enterprise Edition. Here’s an explanation of what’s new, and how the CrateDB open source and CrateDB Enterprise editions will evolve over time. 2.0 Release Notes Firstly, here’s what’s new for everyone in CrateDB 2.0, which contains many important enhancements, […]

Our OSCON Demo: A GitHub and IBM Watson Powered Slack Bot

May 10, 2017
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Johannes Moser

The GitHub Archive is a project that collects all the data from the public GitHub timeline, and makes it freely available and easily accessible for analysis. At Crate.io, we have been working with the GitHub Archive dataset for a while now. It’s an amazing resource, and a very useful for source of example data for […]

Benchmarking Complex Query Performance in CrateDB and PostgreSQL

May 4, 2017
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Andy Ellicott

CrateDB is an open source, distributed SQL database. It combines the ease of use of SQL with the horizontal scaling and data model flexibility people associate with NoSQL databases like MongoDB or Apache Cassandra. CrateDB can perform very fast queries, over incredibly large datasets, in real-time as new data is being ingested. This makes CrateDB […]

CrateDB Scalability Benchmark: Query Throughput

April 19, 2017
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Andy Ellicott

For many applications, query throughput (i.e. the capacity for concurrent queries) is an important consideration. Specifically, being able to scale query throughput easily makes it possible (and economical) to grow your system as your user-base increases in size. In the last few weeks, we assembled a performance engineering team to run some benchmarks that would […]

Lab Notes: Query Execution Pipeline Overhaul

April 4, 2017
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Mathias Fußenegger

The CrateDB query execution pipeline used to be push based. But over time, we ran into problems with this approach. It made the code complex and hard to work with, and it was limiting the sorts of join algorithms we could implement. To fix those problems, and to open up the possibility of implementing more […]