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.
In this tutorial, we show you how to export your tables from PostgreSQL/TimescaleDB and import them into CrateDB.
We are happy to introduce you to CrateDB Edge, a solution that will allow customers to capture and analyze data at the source while still enjoying a managed service in the cloud. Organizations can now have full ownership over their infrastructure, access to enhanced security, and (coming soon) the possibility of syncing with other edge regions and/or a centralized cloud.
Starting with CrateDB v4.5.0 and from now on, Crate.io says farewell to its Enterprise License. Instead, all CrateDB features are now available in a single, open-source version licensed under Apache 2.0. This means that CrateDB is (and will continue to be) completely free if you run it on your own premises.
SQL is a powerful language for analyzing time series data. In this blogpost, we teach you some queries using the NYC taxi dataset and CrateDB Cloud.
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