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How we made long-running queries work in Apache Druid
When you think of querying with Apache Druid, you probably imagine queries over massive data sets that run in less than a second. This blog is about some of the things we did as a team to discover the user stories, define an asynchronous download API, and deliver it in a monthly STS release.
Community Discoveries: multi-value dimensions in Apache Druid
Hellmar Becker is an Imply solutions engineer based in Germany, where he has been delving into the nooks-and-crannies of multi-valued dimension support in Druid. In this interview, Hellmar explains why he invested time understanding this area of untapped functionality.
Community Spotlight: Apache Pulsar and Apache Druid get close…
The community team at Imply spoke with an Apache Pulsar community member, Giannis Polyzos, about how collaboration between open source communities generates great things, and more specifically, about how Pulsar and Druid can be used together to power real-time data insights.
Community Spotlight: Augmented analytics on business metrics by Cuebook with Apache Druid®
Cuebook is putting you, decision-maker, back in the driving seat, powered by Apache Druid®. In this interview with their founder and CEO, we learn their reason for being, their open source Cuelake tooling, and their reason for using Druid.
Community Spotlight: Avesta powers next-generation applications with Apache Druid
When considering various real-time analytics solutions, Apache Druid quickly became the clear choice: Avesta uses only open-source products and libraries. And today, they’re using Druid as a central component in their cloud data platform to provide real-time analytics solutions to their clients.
Community Spotlight: smart advertising from Sage+Archer + Apache Druid
Out-of-home advertising has changed. Gone are static, uncompromisingly homogenous posters, replaced instead with bright and fluid installations. Installations that make smart decisions about what and when to show content to reach the right people with the right message.