Tag Archives: Apache Druid

Apache Druid: PostgreSQL as Metadata storage, and replace ZooKeeper with Kubernetes Extensions

5 October 2022

  We continue with a series of posts about Apache Druid. In the first part, we took a look at the Apache Druid itself – its architecture and monitoring, in the second part – we ran a PostgreSQL cluster and set up its monitoring. Next tasks: switch Druid to PostgreSQL as metadata storage instead of Apache Derby… Read More »

PostgreSQL: PostgreSQL Operator for Kubernetes, and its Prometheus monitoring

23 September 2022

  So, we’ve launched Druid, see Apache Druid: Overview, Running in Kubernetes, and Monitoring with Prometheus . So far, a local Apache Derby database is used as the default storage for metadata . Next, we will switch Druid to PostgreSQL, and later we will remove ZooKeeper from the cluster setup. To begin with, let’s start a PostgreSQL cluster in Kubernetes,… Read More »

Apache Druid: overview, running in Kubernetes and monitoring with Prometheus

18 September 2022

 Apache Druid is a columnar database, focused on working with large amounts of data, combining the features and benefits of Time-Series Database, Data Warehouse, and a search engine. The general task is to set up monitoring of the Druid cluster in Kubernetes, so at first, we will see what it is in general and how… Read More »