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Exciting News: Eventhouse is Now Generally Available!

🎉 Exciting News: Eventhouse is Now Generally Available! 🎉

We’re thrilled to announce that Eventhouse, our innovative database workspace designed to manage and store event-based data, is now officially available for general use.

Eventhouse is a cutting-edge database workspace meticulously crafted to manage and store event-based data. Engineered to handle data in motion, Eventhouse seamlessly integrates indexing and partitioning into its storing process, accommodating structured, semi-structured, and free text data formats. This sophisticated design empowers high-performance analysis with minimal latency, facilitating lightning-fast ingestion and querying within seconds. Eventhouse is purpose-built to deliver exceptional performance for a wide range of data types, ensuring rapid insights and seamless data management experiences.

Here’s why Eventhouse is a game-changer:

  1. Real-Time Analytics: Eventhouse is built to handle real-time data streams efficiently, allowing organizations to ingest, process, and analyze data in near real-time. This capability is invaluable for scenarios where timely insights are crucial.
  2. Scalable Infrastructure: With Eventhouse, organizations can easily handle growing volumes of data while ensuring optimal performance and resource utilization. Eventhouse provides a scalable infrastructure that supports the storage and analysis of large datasets.
  3. Flexible Data Ingestion: Eventhouse supports data ingestion from multiple sources and pipelines, including Eventstream, SDKs, Kafka, Logstash, and more. Data is automatically indexed and partitioned based on ingestion time, streamlining the process for users.
  4. Use Cases: Eventhouse is ideal for handling various types of event-based data, including telemetry and log data, time series and IoT data, security and compliance logs, and financial records.
  5. Minimum Consumption: Eventhouse optimizes cost by suspending the service when not in use, helping organizations save on infrastructure costs. Users can also opt for Minimum Consumption to ensure that the service remains available at a selected minimum level, with the flexibility to scale as needed.

Experience the Power of Eventhouse:

  • Easily create standalone KQL databases or databases within an Eventhouse.
  • Utilize the System Overview page for centralized operational management.

  • Enjoy real-time data insights and streamlined data management with database tiles and lists.
  • Set permissions at the Eventhouse or database-specific level for enhanced security.

Get started with Eventhouse today and unlock the full potential of your event-based data. Whether you’re a developer, data analyst, or business user, Eventhouse provides the tools you need to drive actionable insights and make informed decisions. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to revolutionize your data management workflow with Eventhouse.

Read More: Event house overview

To find out more about Real-Time Intelligence, read Yitzhak Kesselman’s announcement. As we launch our preview, we’d love to hear what you think and how you’re using the product. The best way to get in touch with us is through our community forum or submit an idea. For detailed how-tos, tutorials and other resources, check out the documentation.

This is part of a series of blog posts that dive into all the capabilities of Real-Time Intelligence. Stay tuned for more!

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