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Benchmarking Apache HBase on Kubernetes

TL;DR In this blog post, I describe a benchmarking exercise we conducted to compare the performance impact of running HBase and HDFS on Kubernetes versus running them on bare-metal. The blog post explains the challenges of running stateful workloads on

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Stackable and Trino Part 3: Migrating Hive Tables Using CTAS

Using CREATE TABLE AS SELECT (CTAS) SQL statements is a well established method of copying and transforming structured data.Trino’s inherent ability to manipulate data from many different sources, sinks and formats makes this a particularly effective way to move data

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What Were All Those Project Names on the KubeCon Europe 2023 Page?

When checking out this year’s KubeCon in Amsterdam, the following text snippet caught my attention: „Join containerd, CoreDNS, Envoy, etcd, Fluentd, Harbor, Helm, Jaeger, Kubernetes, Linkerd, Open Policy Agent, Prometheus, Rook, TiKV, TUF, Vitess, Argo, Backstage, Buildpacks, Chaos Mesh, Cilium,

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Building a Kubernetes-Hosted Web UI for Our Data Platform

Approachability is not one of the biggest strengths of Kubernetes. Anybody who can’t express their questions in form of kubectl commands will have a hard time finding out what’s going on inside a cluster. Not that it were an easy task. The … Read More

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Benchmarking Apache HBase on Kubernetes

TL;DR In this blog post, I describe a benchmarking exercise we conducted to compare the performance impact of running HBase and HDFS on Kubernetes versus running them on bare-metal. The blog post explains the challenges of running stateful workloads on … Read More

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Stackable and Trino Part 3: Migrating Hive Tables Using CTAS

Using CREATE TABLE AS SELECT (CTAS) SQL statements is a well established method of copying and transforming structured data.Trino’s inherent ability to manipulate data from many different sources, sinks and formats makes this a particularly effective way to move data … Read More

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What Were All Those Project Names on the KubeCon Europe 2023 Page?

When checking out this year’s KubeCon in Amsterdam, the following text snippet caught my attention: „Join containerd, CoreDNS, Envoy, etcd, Fluentd, Harbor, Helm, Jaeger, Kubernetes, Linkerd, Open Policy Agent, Prometheus, Rook, TiKV, TUF, Vitess, Argo, Backstage, Buildpacks, Chaos Mesh, Cilium, … Read More

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Stackable and Trino Part 2: Setting up a Hive migration sandbox

In Part 1 of this blog series I looked at how Stackable and Trino fit in with the wider Apache Hadoop SQL ecosystem and especially with Apache Hive to provide a means of smoothing the migration away from Hive. Now … Read More

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