In this article series, we look from the bottom of CrateDB architecture and gradually move up to higher layers, focusing on different CrateDB internals.
CrateDB allows ingesting large amounts of data, from hybrid sources and at scale, while allowing real-time queries with a familiar SQL interface. With the release of CrateDB v4.6 we continue to improve CrateDB to achieve these goals even better, based on our customer and user feedback.
TGC, a world-leader organization in the concrete industry, keeps implementing digitalization projects to improve its service. Now, the TCG customers can track the curing of their concrete in real-time, monitoring its strength and temperature through sensor data stored in CrateDB.
Crate.io will no longer use Elastic’s Elasticsearch as an upstream project for CrateDB and open source its entire codebase under the APLv2 with CrateDB 4.5
Find out how Thomas Concrete, a world-leader in the concrete business, is adding value to their customers thanks to industrial IoT.
Our Customer Advisory Board is the structure in which we regularly get together with engaged users of CrateDB and CrateDB Cloud.
With Crate.io entering the next phase of expansion, I am very pleased to announce that Eva Schönleitner will lead our company as CEO from now on.