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Investigating Public Data: Road Safety in the U.K.

When learning new database applications, a good place to start is with some compelling, real-world data. It's not necessarily so easy to find.

Jump Start your BI Dashboard Development with Vertica

Do you develop BI dashboards for Vertica? Or would you like to give it a try? To help you get started, the Vertica Partner Engineering team has created a set of QuickStart BI sample apps. You can download them for free from the ."

Jump Start your ETL Application Development with Vertica

Interested in exploring the Vertica Analytic Database in the context of data movement and transformation? To get a feel for it, try our new ETL QuickStart sample apps. You'll find them on the . Our Partner Engineering team develops QuickStart apps using tools from our technology partners. Currently we have ETL QuickStarts for the following...

Jump Start your BI Dashboard Development

Do you develop BI dashboards for Vertica? Or would you like to give it a try? To help you get started, the Vertica Partner Engineering team has created a set of QuickStart BI sample apps.

Jump Start your BI Dashboard Development

Do you develop BI dashboards for Vertica? Or would you like to give it a try?

Using Looker to Leverage Vertica Capabilities: ORC Reader, Flex Tables, and Place

Want some hints about how to use Looker to visualize data in your Vertica database? The Looker user community, known as , has published three articles that explain how to use Looker with these Vertica features: ORC reader, Flex tables, and Geospatial functions and data"

Data-Centric Security: Vertica and SecureData

Take advantage of the recent integration of Vertica and SecureData. This integration allows you to keep your data protected when it flows across multiple systems spread across multiple data centers on premise or in the cloud.
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Using the Informatica PowerCenter Connector for Vertica

Have you been using the plug-in (Java or Native) that Vertica developed to connect to your Vertica database using Informatica PowerCenter? Now there's a better option that provides additional functionality.