What is Clickhouse?
Who uses Clickhouse?
Here are some stack decisions, common use cases and reviews by companies and developers who chose Clickhouse in their tech stack.
In today’s technology, there are thousands and millions of data streams per second. Everything is now done digitally, including smartphones, smartwatches, wristbands, beacon technologies, money transfers, and millions of data as a result of this digitalization.
In solutions with legacy databases, growing data increased the processing power of the servers, and increased computing power resulted in more servers, more space, and more cost. As this problem required a solution, methods of approach to the database have also changed.
At this stage, there has been a change in the way we access stored data (access through more than one layer – cache mechanisms). It created the need for the development of immediate solutions for data storage and improvements to ensure continuous access. Eventually, some new systems have been developed to store the data with different methods, enabling quicker access through various layers.
When we started experiencing problems with understanding the data, storing it according to its content, accessing it, and doing all these instantaneously for millions of data, Clickhouse emerged as the solution of many of our problems.
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