Timeplus announces licensing its core engine, Proton, as open source for developers globally.
Timeplus has developed a unified streaming and historical analytics platform using its historical online analytical processing (OLAP) with ClickHouse. Businesses can now generate ad hoc reports for large datasets using historical and live-streaming data.
Businesses can also get value from real-time OLAP analytics and lightweight stream processing. Stream processing will solve root-cause problems of analytics.
Developers can use Timeplus and ClickHouse code to seamlessly connect historical data and analytics capabilities to solve complex real-time analytics use cases, like online and offline correlation, backfill, and back-testing.