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A Modern Data Lakehouse: Stackable and dbt on the TPC-H Dataset

Introduction At Stackable, we like to push the limits of what our Stackable Data Platform can do. Whether it’s the millisecond performance of HBase on Kubernetes (https://stackable.tech/en/hbase-performance-benchmark/) or connecting to legacy databases via Hive (https://stackable.tech/en/stackable-and-trino-part-3-migrating-hive-tables-using-ctas/). This time we focused on

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Spark on Kubernetes Operators – A Comparison

Introduction Apache Spark has come a long way since its inception in 2014, originally envisioned as a more generic model to work with data than the previous concept of Map & Reduce. It has been widely adopted since then and

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Notes on Signed Commits with Git and Github

How can you be sure, that a Git commit is authentic? That it was made by the person it claims to be made by? Git allows for signing commits to provide proof that you authored a commit. The same signing

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