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Announcing Imply 2.3.0: An Integrated Platform

Vadim Ogievetsky · August 23, 2017

Imply 2.3.0 comes with brand new apps, new features, improvements, bug fixes, and more!

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Announcing Imply 2.2.0: Pivot Features Galore

Vadim Ogievetsky · May 16, 2017

We're excited to announce Imply 2.2.0, with tons of new features for Pivot.

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Announcing Imply 2.1.0

Vadim Ogievetsky · April 19, 2017

We are extremely excited to announce Imply 2.1.0, a feature-packed release, available now for download. Native SQL comes to Druid and dashboarding is now possible in Pivot.

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Druid February Meetup Slides

Fangjin Yang · March 2, 2017

Our last Druid meetup had great talks about how Druid is used at Branch, the ongoing work around better integrating Druid with the Hadoop ecosystem, and our roadmap plans.

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Druid December Meetup Videos

Fangjin Yang · December 21, 2016

Our last Druid meetup at Sift Science had 3 great talks about use cases with Druid & Imply, and the upcoming Druid roadmap.

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Announcing Imply 2.0

Fangjin Yang · December 1, 2016

We are extremely excited to announce Imply 2.0, our largest release ever, available now for download. This release contains significant updates to both Druid and Pivot.

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Announcing Imply 1.3.0

Fangjin Yang · June 29, 2016

We are extremely excited to announce the next version of Imply Analytics Platform, IAP 1.3.0, available immediately on our download page. This is one of our biggest releases to date and includes major updates for both Druid and Pivot.

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Announcing Imply 1.2.1

Vadim Ogievetsky · May 9, 2016

We are pleased to announce the latest version of the Imply Analytics Platform. This release focuses on improvements to Pivot and Tranquility as well as adding programmatic querying options to PlyQL.

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Announcing Imply: An Enterprise Solution for Druid and Interactive Analytics at Scale

Fangjin Yang · October 19, 2015

Today, Gian Merlino, Vadim Ogievetsky, and I are extremely excited to announce Imply, a company for interactive analytics at scale, centered around the Druid open source data store. We first began working on Druid at a startup called Metamarkets, and over the last few years, we’ve been proud to watch the project grow and take on a life of its own.

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