Aiven improves access to open source data technologies with new ClickHouse offering

by | Sep 14, 2022 | Technology

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Finnish company Aiven, which provides open source data technologies in a managed avatar, today announced its entry into the cloud data warehousing segment with a new offering: Aiven for ClickHouse. The solution, currently in beta, will enable enterprise developers to easily use ClickHouse’s open-source column-oriented DBMS (columnar database management system) for online analytical processing (OLAP) and generate reports using SQL queries in real time.

As a fast, resource-effective open-source SQL data warehouse, ClickHouse has seen adoption from companies across industries. The solution aims to match or even exceed the performance, maturity and scalability of proprietary databases. However, like all open source technologies, it can be time-consuming to set up and manage, demanding specific expertise and resources for aspects such as cybersecurity and maintenance.

How Aiven for ClickHouse comes to the rescue

With Aiven for ClickHouse, enterprises can avoid those hurdles and start leveraging the benefits of ClickHouse warehouse as a service, in the cloud platform of their choice. 

As per the company’s website, developers can use Aiven’s console (or API) to set up a fully managed ClickHouse data warehouse in less than 10 minutes. They can set up clusters, deploy new nodes, migrate between clouds (currently AWS and Google Cloud are supported) and fork databases in a few clicks — all while monitoring everything from a simple dashboard. 

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