Deep-diveUpserts in Differential Dataflow

“Upserts” are a common way to express streams of changing data, especially in relational settings with primary keys. However, they aren’t the best format for working with incremental computation. We’re about to learn why that is, how we deal with this in differential dataflow and Materialize, and what doors this opens up! This post is […]

Deep-diveWhat’s inside Materialize? An architecture overview

Materialize lets you ask questions about your streaming data and get fresh answers with incredibly low latency. Since announcing Materialize’s v0.1, we’ve briefly covered its functionality and how one might use it at a high level. Today we’re going to get a little more granular and talk about Materialize’s internals and architecture. The Big Picture […]

Deep-diveTaking Materialize for a spin on NYC taxi data

Trying out Materialize This post will also be available at my personal blog. We all at Materialize are working from home, and while this is all a bit weird and different, it gives me some time to write a bit more and try and show off some of what we have been up to. I […]

Deep-diveView Maintenance: A New Approach to Data Processing

It’s with a great deal of excitement, and some trepidation, that we are now able to show off what we have been working on at Materialize. The Materialize product is a “streaming data warehouse”, which is a class of product you might not be familiar with as, to the best of our knowledge, there wasn’t […]

NewsMaterialize Beta: The Details

We recently announced Materialize, the Streaming Data Warehouse. Our first beta release of Materialize, version 0.1, is available now. As a streaming data warehouse, Materialize lets you ask questions of your streaming data and get the latest answers back in milliseconds — offering the power and flexibility of a SQL data warehouse for real-time data. […]

NewsIntroducing Materialize: the Streaming Data Warehouse

Databases, and data infrastructure generally, have made substantial progress over the years. We now have access to cloud-native infrastructure that allows just about anyone to set up, maintain, and query databases at substantial scale. This is a serious departure from the monolithic software of years past, where getting access to a database involved multiple people […]

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