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Tales at Scale Podcast Kicks off with the Apache Druid Origin Story
Tales at Scale cracks open the world of analytics projects and shares stories from developers and engineers who are building analytics applications or working within the real-time data space. One of the key areas of focus for the show is Apache Druid.
Real-time Analytics Database uses partitioning and pruning to achieve its legendary performance
Apache Druid uses partitioning (splitting data) and pruning (selecting subset of data) to achieve its legendary performance. Learn how to use the CLUSTERED BY clause during ingestion for performance and high concurrency.
Easily embed analytics into your own apps with Imply’s DBaaS
This blog explains how developers can leverage Imply Polaris to embed robust visualization options directly into their own applications without them having to build a UI. This is super important because consuming analytics is an expected part of each app experience. For example, we get our health stats from our fitness apps and we analyze traffic insights for the fastest commute.
Imply Named “Cool Database Vendor” by CRN
There can’t be one database good at everything. When it comes to real-time analytics, you need a database built for it.
For April 1st: a New Description of Apache Druid from Our Youngest Technical Architect
Druid is a magical data box that can answer any question about your data. It does this by reading the data from lots of little pieces of paper called segments. The segments are very small and easy to store, but when you want to do something with them, Druid combines the segments together like a jigsaw puzzle.
Building Analytics for External Users is a Whole Different Animal
Analytics aren’t just for internal stakeholders anymore. If you’re building an analytics application for customers, then you’re probably wondering…what’s the right database backend?
Clustered Apache Druid® on your Laptop – Easy!
A simple set of instructions to deploy Apache Druid on minikube using minio for local deep storage on your laptop.
Why Data Needs More than CRUD
After over 30 years of working with data analytics, we’ve been witness (and sometimes participant) to three major shifts in how we find insights from data - and now we’re looking at the fourth.
The Rise of a New Analytics Hero in 2022
Every year industry pundits predict data and analytics becoming more valuable the following year. But this doesn’t take a crystal ball to predict. There’s instead something much more interesting happening that’s going to change everything in the analytics world