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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, […]

Our CrateDB Conference Demo

July 10, 2017
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Claus Matzinger

Demonstrating the power of a database is hard. It’s difficult to visually communicate a database’s features and benefits in a way that captures someone’s attention. Which is a problem, because we had to find something that would make our booth and product stand out at conferences. By creating a demo that was fun and easy […]

Geolocation 101: How To Get A User’s Location

June 8, 2017
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Ben Lewis

If you build it, will they come? If you work on web applications, you are likely in the business of attracting people to your site and providing an engaging experience that will keep them coming back for more. To make users feel cared for, a good approach is to customize the way your site behaves […]

Updated Best Practices

May 30, 2017
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Naomi Slater

As a part of our last developer cycle, we added some new best practice guides to our docs, as well as updating some of the existing ones. In this post, we briefly cover what’s new or improved. Bootstrap Checks As of CrateDB 2.0, if you are binding to a network reachable IP address, CrateDB performs […]

Announcing CrateDB 2.0 Enterprise Edition

May 16, 2017
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 […]