We have just released a new instructor-led course: Vertica Eon 9.x Essentials Course code: VT120EON
This course provides live instructions on Vertica Eon v9.3, accompanied by comprehensive hands-on labs.
Running on a public cloud platform, Vertica Eon Essentials allows users to directly connect with the Vertica Eon database and the Management Console to interact with the Vertica Eon cluster as well as with S3 communal storage.
A highlight of the features of this course include:
• The architecture and data flow of a Vertica Eon cluster including sharding, depot, and S3 communal storage
• How to revive and hibernate a Vertica Eon cluster
• How to load and manage data using node-based and S3-based sources
• How to back up and restore a Vertica Eon database to S3 storage
• How to use Vertica Eon system tables to retrieve object meta-data and system monitoring data
• How to remove data from a Vertica Eon database and monitor related processes
This course offers private on-site sessions as well as in public sessions via virtual classroom delivery. Both methods provide the same high-quality live instructions and hands-on labs.
For more information and to download a detailed course outline, see
Phil worked for Vertica as an Information Developer for close to five years. He was a very important part of our Vertica team and part of our Vertica family. Phil enjoyed working in the Vertica community, the base product documentation, as well as with our Technology Partners. He was very well liked and respected...
Your use is subject to the following restrictions, unless specifically allowed in Supporting Material:
You may not use more than 1TB (including Parquet and ORC External Tables) and 3 nodes.
You may not use software to provide services to third parties.
You may not distribute, resell, share or sublicense software to third parties.
You may not download and use patches, enhancements, bug fixes, or similar updates unless you have a license to the underlying software. Community Edition license does not give you a right to receive such updates.
You may not copy the Software or make it available on a public or external distributed network.
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You may not disclose to any third-party performance information or analysis (including, without limitation, benchmarks and performance tests) from any source relating to the Software;