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With over a decade of technical writing experience, I currently author and maintain the Knowledge Base for Big Data Partner Engineering. I have experience authoring software documentation both offline and online including knowledge of various aspects of information development such as web content, blog posts, UI design, and work processes. My main focus is user-centered documentation and I strongly believe in 'right information at the right place'.

Harness your Vertica Metadata in DataHub with the New Vertica Connector

Vertica now supports a new and certified DataHub-Vertica Plugin to analyze Vertica metadata in DataHub and use DataHub features to make better business decisions. DataHub is a metadata platform for data discovery, governance, and end-to-end data lineage. Here are some of the key features of the plugin: Up to 10x better performance Visualize lineage between...
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Unleash the Power of Data Science with Vertica and Domino Data Lab

Introducing an end-to-end machine learning solution with Vertica and Domino Data Lab that enables you to explore, analyze, and model your data in Vertica using VerticaPy. Domino Data Lab is a data science platform to build and deploy machine learning models, monitor performance, and collaborate with one another. VerticaPy is a Python library to perform...
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Monitor your Vertica Metrics in Prometheus Using the New Vertica Prometheus Exporter

Looking to visualize Vertica metrics in your favorite monitoring tool that supports Prometheus? You can now do it with the Vertica Prometheus Exporter! We are happy to announce the Vertica Prometheus Exporter, an open-source project now available on Vertica’s GitHub. The exporter uses the vertica-sql-go driver to connect to Vertica. Prometheus is a monitoring system...

Integrate your Data Faster Using DataSpider Servista with Vertica

DataSpider Servista easily integrates and connects data across a wide variety of systems and applications – including cloud and on-premises systems, IoT integrations, and business intelligence – all with a simple GUI. To make use of DataSpider features with Vertica data, you can connect using either a JDBC or an ODBC driver. To know more,...
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Announcing the Availability of Vertica JavaScript Driver (vertica-nodejs)

This post is authored by Bill Jones and Danny Mickens. What is Node.js? Wikipedia defines Node.js as an “open-source, cross-platform, back-end JavaScript runtime environment that runs on the V8 engine and executes JavaScript code outside a web browser, which was designed to build scalable network applications”. Consequently, Node.js represents a "JavaScript everywhere" paradigm, unifying web-application...

Vertica Grafana Plugin just got an Upgrade!

A new version of the Vertica Grafana Plugin is now available. You can download it from the Vertica GitHub page or the Grafana website. With many of our customers using the Vertica Grafana plugin, addition of the new Vertica Performance Dashboard makes it easy to visualize metrics. You can now create dashboards, quickly import it...

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...
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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.
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Announcing Our New Partnership with Einblick

We are excited to announce our recent partnership with Einblick. Einblick is a German word that means insight. This is exactly what Einblick does! It is an integrated data computing platform that enables you to see your data throughout the analytics process. You can quickly build predictive models using their advanced AutoML engine and make...
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Vertica and Dataddo – New Partnership

We are very excited to announce our official partnership with Dataddo. Dataddo is a cloud-based data integration platform that connects data from online data services and multiple sources to any BI tool or database. You can quickly connect your data source to Vertica using Dataddo’s Vertica named connector. Check out the connection to Vertica as...
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Vertica and Jenkins Integration

We are excited to announce that Vertica now integrates with Jenkins. This connection enables Jenkins to access data in Vertica using the vsql application. Jenkins is an open-source tool that enables you to automate the entire software development lifecycle including continuous integration of building, testing, and deployment. Check out the integration guide in our Knowledge...
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Vertica and Alteryx Designer

We are very excited to announce our end-to-end analytics of Vertica with Alteryx Designer. You can now process and analyze your entire dataset easily and quickly. Vertica enables you to run your analytics in the database from the models that you create in Alteryx Designer. You can create a predictive model in Alteryx Designer and...