Analyzing your data not only in place, but in the right place – without data movement – while supporting any major cloud deployment for fast and reliable read and write for multiple data formats.
Supporting machine learning at scale to transform the way your data scientists and analysts interact with data, while removing barriers and accelerating time to value on predictive analytics projects.
Future proofing your analytics with the freedom to deploy anywhere – on commodity hardware, across multiple clouds, and natively on any Hadoop distribution.
Bridging the gap between high-cost legacy EDWs and Hadoop data lakes with signature blazing fast ANSI SQL query execution at extreme scale.
Until now, the operational efficiency and flexibility that was born in the cloud was unavailable to organizations who wanted to keep their data on-premises. Vertica in Eon Mode for Pure Storage brings a cloud-optimized architecture to on-premises environments.
GSMA Intelligence predicts that by 2025, 1.2 billion people worldwide will have 5G connections. Are you ready for the growth in data that will come with it?
Read this Mobile World Live whitepaper to find out how mobile operators and telecommunications services providers can use machine learning and predictive analytics as a growth engine in the age of 5G.
December 11, 2019 11:00 am
About this webinar Following best practices will significantly increase the value and benefits that you receive from Vertica. Join this Webcast to learn how the new Vertica Advisor tool puts in-database analytics to work to help you understand and apply helpful best practices. See how intuitive reports (from our Scrutinize data collector) provide you with […]
March 31, 2020 12:00 am
If you haven’t attended the Vertica Big Data Conference before, it’s a truly unique event designed for hands-on architects and practitioners like you, who need to use data as a strategic differentiator for their business. The event will feature amazing keynote speakers including Jeffrey Ma, Ray Wang and Dr. Michael Stonebraker. It will include 25 Engineering […]
The Vertica Knowledge Base provides documents about hardware requirements for your database, how to connect to Vertica from our ETL and BI partners, and best practices guides that help you operate and monitor your database effectively.
The Vertica Blog publishes multiple posts each week that enable you to get the best out of your database. The blog features quick tips for everyday Vertica usage, expanded explanation of specific Vertica capabilities, and descriptions of how to use the new database features in each software release.
The Vertica Forum is the best place to connect with Vertica engineers and other Vertica customers to get quick answers to problems or bottlenecks you are experiencing. Many Vertica experts monitor the Forum daily to share their expertise.