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Introducing Imply CrossTab: an infinite Excel PivotTable

by Vadim Ogievetsky · in Imply platform · January 25, 2021

PivotTable (or CrossTab) views are a staple of data analytics software since their popularization by Microsoft Excel. The basics are very simple: you filter the data and drag dimensions into rows and columns to create a two dimensional grid of “cross-tabulated” values for every intersection.

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Announcing Imply 3.3

by Vadim Ogievetsky · in Imply platform · April 15, 2020

We are excited to announce the general availability of Imply 3.3, which greatly expands the expressivity of SQL by adding the ability to do JOINs and interact with lookups in novel ways. This release includes over 200 new features, performance enhancements, bug fixes, and major documentation improvements.

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Druid: Reflections at a Milestone

by Gian Merlino · in Apache Druid · December 10, 2019

Today, Imply announced a new round of growth funding raised from Andreessen Horowitz and Geodesic Capital. First I want to thank these firms for their support and for sharing our vision as we continue to grow. Thank you, too, to all of our customers for joining us on this journey. A milestone like this is a good time to reflect on the past and the future.

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Druid query view: An elegant SQL interface for a more civilized age

by Margaret Brewster · in Apache Druid · October 16, 2019

In the 0.16 console, we have added a new layer of SQL awareness to the query view to help move the view away from its roots as a text-only interface, to a point and click one.

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Announcing Imply 3.0

by Vadim Ogievetsky · in Imply platform · July 15, 2019

We are delighted to announce that Imply 3.0 is now available! It contains many usability features such as a visual data loader, on-premises cluster and alerts functionality.

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Announcing Imply 2.8

by Vadim Ogievetsky · in Imply platform · December 18, 2018

Imply 2.8 comes with the first Apache release of Druid and a host of features aimed at performance improvements and ease of use.

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Announcing Imply 2.2: Pivot Features Galore

by Vadim Ogievetsky · in Imply platform · May 16, 2017

We're excited to announce Imply 2.2, with tons of new features for Pivot.

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Announcing Imply 2.1

by Vadim Ogievetsky · in Imply platform · April 19, 2017

We are extremely excited to announce Imply 2.1, a feature-packed release, available now for download. Native SQL comes to Druid and dashboarding is now possible in Pivot.

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Pivot 0.10.27 Release

by Vadim Ogievetsky · in Imply platform · December 1, 2016

It’s been some time since our last release of Pivot. Today, after much hard work, we are excited to announce version 0.10.27, which represents a significant step towards a more holistic data exploration experience.

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Pivot: A Fast Data Exploration UI for Druid

by Vadim Ogievetsky · in Imply platform · October 26, 2015

A large part of what we do at Imply is help organizations build custom applications and visualizations on top of their data. While Druid is a powerful backend for powering applications, there are aspects of the development process that could definitely be easier. To enable people to better understand the power of Druid, we have released Pivot, an exploration UI that makes the most of the power of the Druid database.

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