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Dmitry Ursegov
Dmitry Ursegov Postgres Professional
17:00 05 February
22 мин

Working with external data in Greenplum, examples of Kafka and ClickHouse connectors development

Greenplum is a horizontal scalable database based on PostgreSQL core. It is used for OLAP workloads and a standard task is to quickly load or unload large amounts of data. The external data resources are usually another distributed systems. In this talk I will show how Greenplum can work with external data. What is the architecture and performance of external and foreign tables and how to handle streaming data. What will be changed in the next version. The examples of Kafka and ClickHouse connectors development.

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