Foreign keys are the way to use two different tables from the same schema, together. This post will highlight the three ways to use foreign keys in Chartio. This can be done in the schema page of your data source’s settings, setting foreign keys in Visual SQL, or using columns in our data pipeline to join between datasets.
In this edition of Off the Charts, an interview series where we chat with individuals doing industry-changing work in the data space, we spoke with Aziz Alghunaim, Co-founder and CTO of Tarjimly, on using data to make an impact on the world.
We are excited to announce today that we have completed our SOC 2 Type II audit.
As the number of your users and dashboards grows in Chartio, there are a few best practices that will help with the management of your Chartio account; both from a user and from a dashboard perspective. This is a brief overview of what great practices to follow.
We are happy to announce that we’ve expanded our strategic partnership with Snowflake, the only data warehouse built for the cloud, by joining the Snowflake Partner Connect program! Now Snowflake customers can access Chartio directly from within their data warehouse and get to insights from their data quicker than ever.
We hate it when our customers are facing slow loading dashboards. This can happen from a variety of reasons, but regardless, no one likes to wait for their charts to load or see errors on their dashboards. This post will walk through some best practices in Chartio that will help you make sure you’re set up for great performance.
With our customers relying on over 100,000 dashboards and 2,000,000 charts in Chartio to run their business, query performance is something our engineering team is very serious about. Find out one of the ways we are reducing database load by eliminating duplicate queries.
Our mission at Chartio is to enable anyone in a company to explore and understand their data. With that in mind and based on a lot of customer feedback, we just made a big shift in how we handle Customer Success at Chartio and are introducing the Data Advisor role …
We are excited to announce that Chartio has been ranked #1 in all four G2 Crowd indices in G2 Crowd’s Fall 2018 Index Reports for Self-Service Business Intelligence. G2 Crowd is the leading business intelligence software review platform, where you can put the leading Self-Service Business Intelligence (BI) tools in a head to head comparison.
Many of our customers use BigQuery as their data warehouse. Google’s BigQuery is an excellent option for many companies because it requires no infrastructure to manage, can store petabytes of data, and uses SQL as its query language. It also works great with Chartio! Here are some of our latest features and support for BigQuery in our Chartio product.
Stay up-to-date without being taken away from your most important daily tasks. Read on about the launch of Chartio's new alerting feature.
Let's take a more intimate look into our product momentum. Continue reading to see some of the exciting features we launched in April.
If you haven’t yet learned SQL, know someone who’s learning, or want to brush up in our practice areas, check out the new SQL Tutorial.
We are excited to announce that we were awarded “Fastest Implementation” in G2 Crowd’s Winter 2018 Implementation Index for Self-Service Business Intelligence. Read more about what this award means for us and our customers.
We are excited to announce that Chartio supports Amazon Athena, an interactive query service that makes it easy to analyze data in Amazon S3 using standard SQL. Read more about the integration announcement in this blog post.
Recently, we’ve hit notable milestones in our journey to JOIN people ON data. Read about our progress and what customer reviews mean to us.
On May 25th, 2018, The EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) will go into effect. Read about our commitment to full GDPR compliance.
Read about Chartio's ad campaign at a San Francisco BART station and examine whether an advertising campaign is right for your business.