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Bulk Inserts with unnest

Bulk Inserts with unnest

CrateDB 0.55 introduces support for unnesting. Unnest uses arrays to generate a transient table with each array representing a column.

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Optimizing Big Crate Clusters

Helpful hints on how to optimize your setup when ingesting a massive amount of data into CrateDB.

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Running and managing Crate databases with Mesos

How to get started running and managing CrateDB databases with Mesos.

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Deploying the Crate Distributed Database Using Mesos and Marathon

Using Mesosphere Marathon to manage CrateDB containers makes it easy to deploy a containerized database cluster and allocate database resources quickly

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How To Use Nginx To Make Crate Read-Only

Creating read-only access to a CrateDB cluster using Nginx and a few lines of Lua code.

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A Dozen Intel NUCs in a Shoebox

Discover how CrateDB built a portable datacenter using Intel NUCs, showcasing the power and scalability of their software.

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Using Crate And Node.js For Data Enrichment

Great post by Stefan Thies about how he used Crate and Node.js to overlay the raw data from website log files with whois information, enabling him to "name" visitors to a site.

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Crate for Pythonistas with SQLAlchemy

In this tutorial I want you to show how to interact with Crate using SQLAlchemy. SQLAlchemy is a Python SQL toolkit and Object Relational Mapper.

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Geospatial Queries with Crate

Crate provides a specific data type for scenarios where it is necessary to track and analyse geo coordinates.

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Using Crate As a BLOB Store

Crate provides BLOB storage so you can persistently store and retrieve BLOB – typically pictures, videos or large unstructured files, providing a fully distributed cluster solution for BLOB storage.

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