CrateDB 4.1 Debuts
February 10, 2020
flagship solution, CrateDB is primarily utilized for customers’
Industrial IoT use cases where particularly large volumes of sensor and
machine data in various formats have to be collected, stored, and
analyzed in real time. CrateDB, a distributed SQL database built on top
of a NoSQL foundation, enables the development of complex data
management solutions that make manufacturing automation work more
effectively and cost-efficiently.
Doing so allows CrateDB users to define the window more precisely, making it easier to work with continuous and interval-based data. Additionally, the new window functions now simplify statements for otherwise-complicated windows that are used several times within a query.
Handling time-series data gets
Faster database performance
"CrateDB 4.1 focuses on the cutting of data, time-series, stability, and performance enhancements,” explains Johannes Moser, Head of Product at Crate.io. "Listening to our customers, we have succeeded in making a number of improvements that make the complexity of industrial applications easier to handle for the user and thus contribute to increased efficiency.”