What is Vertica?
Vertica is the unified analytics platform, based on a massively scalable architecture with the broadest set of analytical functions spanning event and time series, pattern matching, geospatial and end-to-end in-database machine learning. Vertica enables you to easily apply these powerful functions to the largest and most demanding analytical workloads, arming you and your customers with predictive business insights faster than any analytics data warehouse in the market. Vertica provides a unified analytics platform across major public clouds and on-premises data centers and integrates data in cloud object storage and HDFS without forcing you to move any of your data.
Two Modes, One Unified Platform to Address Any Deployment Need
Vertica offers two deployment options, all based on the same core platform, so that you can utilize the infrastructure of your choice. Vertica in Enterprise Mode runs on industry-standard servers with tightly coupled storage, delivering the highest performance for use cases that demand consistent compute capacity. Vertica in Eon Mode has a cloud-native architecture that separates compute from storage, enabling simplified management for variable workloads with the flexibility to apply specific compute resources to shared storage for different business use cases. Vertica in Eon Mode is available on Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud Platform but is not limited to public cloud deployments. Vertica in Eon Mode is also available for on-premises data centers and supports HDFS, MinIO, and Pure Storage FlashBlade technology to deliver all the advantages of cloud-native architecture to analytical workloads that must be managed on-premises.
Vertica Powers the World’s Data-Driven Leaders
From smart thermostats to wearable devices to telecom network management to personalized advertising and online gaming, retail, manufacturing, and health care, Vertica powers the most data-driven industry leaders. AT&T, The Trade Desk, Uber, Intuit, Guess, Cerner, among thousands of others trust Vertica because their business success is built on the predictive insights uncovered from petabytes of data in milliseconds.