Clickhouse integration with RudderStack
Use RudderStack to Send Event Data From Your Mobile Apps Into ClickHouse
You can easily enable storing event data into ClickHouse by adding it as a destination on the RudderStack dashboard and connecting it to the configured source of your choice. Once the destination is enabled, the event data from your sources will automatically start to flow to ClickHouse through RudderStack.
By Adding ClickHouse Support for RudderStack, you can:
- Ensure that the data is being delivered to ClickHouse reliably and in real-time
- Specify various sources to send your event data – ranging from websites to various mobile platforms such as Android and iOS
- Specify intermediate storage such as Amazon S3, Google BigQuery, MinIO, etc. for storing staging files
- De-dupe the events that are being loaded into ClickHouse without any hassle
What you can do with ClickHouse
While ClickHouse is pretty easy to use, setting up the event data sources manually can take up some time and effort. Ensuring that the events are being delivered in real-time can also be an added challenge.
By integrating RudderStack with ClickHouse, you can seamlessly store your customer event data into ClickHouse, from the source of your choice, and not worry about its reliability.
Query billions of table rows and gigabytes of data in seconds
Run your OLAP queries efficiently with speed and accuracy
Join data across various sources – including local clusters and external systems
Configure ClickHouse as a distributed system on independent nodes without worrying about any failure
Ingest all your structured data into the database and use it for real-time reporting
How to set up ClickHouse Integration
It’s very easy! Use our step-by-step guide to set up ClickHouse as a destination in RudderStack, and get started in no time at all.
How can we help you?
What is Clickhouse used for?
Clickhouse is a data warehouse that enables developers to send data from their Data Warehouse.
Is it hard to set up Clickhouse?
Difficulty can vary based on your data structure, data cleanliness and required destinations. Many users choose to simplify implementation by sending warehouse data through secure data warehouse integration tools like RudderStack.
How much does it cost to integrate Clickhouse with RudderStack?
Who uses ClickHouse?
More than 35 companies currently use ClickHouse as a part of their tech stack. Some of the prominent ones among these are AppsFlyer, bigin, Postclick, and useinsider.
Is ClickHouse fast?
The developers at Yandex designed ClickHouse to be fast and have a very good query execution performance. ClickHouse uses all the available hardware to its maximum potential, with peak processing performance for a single query standing at 2 TB/second. In a distributed setup, the reads are balanced automatically among the healthy replicas so as to reduce the overall latency.
What is the difference between a column-oriented and a row-oriented database?
Column stores are relational databases that store data by columns rather than rows. A traditional database is usually row-based, where the attributes of one instance are stored together in a row, followed by the attributes of the next row. However, in a column-oriented database, one logical file per attribute is used. This structure makes it possible to read and pull out only the columns you need for a query, without accessing the unrelated or redundant data.