Open-source building blocks for kdb+

27 Jul 2014 | , , ,
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Thinking of building a system in kdb+? You definitely want to check out an awesome new free framework from DEVnet. Their open-source tools will help to get you up and running faster, and inspire you as you create your own kdb+ system.

If you want to learn about it in person, and are in New York City at the end of July, you can meet DEVnet developers Pawel Hudak and Jens Rick at the July 29th Meetup in NYC and find out more about their code in person. You can RSVP at Kx Community NYC Meetup. In the meantime, here’s what you need to get started:


Transitive Comparison

Kdb+ Transitive Comparisons

6 Jun 2018 | , ,

By Hugh Hyndman, Director, Industrial IoT Solutions. A direct comparison of the performance of kdb+ against InfluxData and, by transitivity, against Cassandra, ElasticSearch, MongoDB, and OpenTSDB

Kx provides rapid access to unstructured data

Insights into kdb+ 3.6

5 Jun 2018 | , ,

At Kx25, the international kdb+ user group conference held on May 18th, we released kdb+ version 3.6. With this release, we are opening up new possibilities for kdb+ application developers.
It provides a lot of new capabilities and streamlines previously complex processes so that programmers will be able to take a simpler approach to writing systems compared to what they did in the past.