Vertica Blog

Announcing Vertica Version 12

Posted June 6, 2022 by Steven Sarsfield, Vertica Senior Product Marketing Manager – Partner Ecosystem

Read More

dataGALS – Vertica’s history of supporting women in tech

When you look around your office, or when you look at the faces on your Zoom calls, do you see an even mix of men and women? If yours is like most organizations in the technology sector, women occupy only about 25% of the jobs, according to a recent CIO Magazine article. That stat is...

When the typewriter is broken: Vertica’s Event-Based Windows to the rescue

Those of you who read my blog post “Take nothing but memories. Leave nothing but footprints” may recall my passion for using Raspberry Pi computers to capture IoT data from aeroplane transponders and GPS satellites, then feeding that streaming data into Apache Kafka and to integrate it with Vertica and perform near real-time analytics and...
A key with Anomaly Description written on it

Detect Outliers Using Isolation Forest

The Isolation Forest (IForest) algorithm is a powerful and scalable algorithm for identifying outliers in your data. It uses a unique approach which focuses directly on characterizing outliers instead of normal data points. Specifically, IForest focuses on the two quantitative properties of outliers: they are few and different. A scalable implementation of the Isolation Forest algorithm is available...

Announcing our Integration with Chata

We’re thrilled to announce our new integration with AutoQL, a natural language interface to database system (NLIDB) by Chata. You can now use this conversational AI solution to ask questions, get insights, and analyse your data in Vertica. This exploration covers the implementation process, deployment options, how to connect to Vertica, and use the AutoQL...

What’s needed for a happy software dev team in data analytics?

For an organization to excel at data analytics, the IT team needs to coordinate a number of different disciplines and personnel with experience in those disciplines. This usually includes data analysts, data engineers, and, increasingly, data scientists. The data engineering discipline is sometimes thought of as the plumbing that, like pipes in a house, delivers...

Subscribe For Email Updates

Sign-up and select Vertica in your preferences to receive our monthly Vertica newsletter.

Sign-up

VerticaPy Unify 2022 Sessions

Vertica Unify 2022 is a great time to learn about Vertica, its new features, and best practices. To complement the many great presentations at Vertica Unify 2022 both in Boston and Paris, I’m very excited to present two sessions: one on VerticaPy best practices, and another general session on VerticaPy and its features. VerticaPy is...

No need to extract data from your database to do your analytics!

While taking a long-awaited, and, IMHO some well-deserved R&R in the sun, I heard that ping notification coming from my backpack, and not being one who can ignore such things, reached for my iPad. With my OOTO email response already set, I should be able to ignore most incoming messages, texts and otherwise, safe in...
Kubernetes and containers

Vertica on Kubernetes

Vertica released the VerticaDB operator in August, 2021, which began Vertica’s integration with Kubernetes. The operator automates many Vertica administrator tasks, such as restarting Vertica if any of the nodes go down, upgrading Vertica to a new version while keeping the database online, and integrating with the Kubernetes horizontal pod autoscaler. This blog post shows...

Explore Popular Topics

Customers in the Spotlight at Vertica Unify ’22

It’s hard to believe that it has been almost a decade since we held our inaugural Vertica Big Data Conference, back in 2013. At that time, our goal was to hold an annual user conference with a few simple yet guiding principles – no sales or marketing pitches, hold the event in Boston, and line...

Vertica Wins the Gold in Bloor Market Update

Know Your Options for Analytical Databases and Data Warehouses For CDOs and CIOs, there have never been more options to choose from when deciding where to run their analytical workloads. Analytical databases and data warehouses are two popular options – with the data warehouse market experiencing 10% annual growth and many new entrants* – particularly...

Vertica for Time Series Analytics and IoT

When you want to make a prediction – stocking levels for items in your store, predicting energy usage so supply is ready, or being proactive about equipment failures – those predictions often rely on time-series data, a series of data points measuring the same signal or process through time. By analyzing that data, companies can...
Vertica and GitLab Logo

Vertica and GitLab Integration

Good news for GitLab users! You can now integrate GitLab with Vertica to run your SQL scripts in GitLab CI/CD itself with GitLab runner. Alternatively, you can integrate using only Linux or a Git supported database IDE. These integrations are explained in detail in the Vertica and GitLab: Technical Exploration in our Knowledge Base.