This blog post was authored by Soniya Shah. The benefits of using cloud computing and storage are virtually endless. You can scale services up or down to fit your needs, customize applications, and access cloud services from everywhere. Using the cloud makes it easy to scale elastically and makes infrastructure both affordable and flexible. With […]
This blog post was authored by Chris Daly. Announcing Vertica availability in Google Cloud Platform With the release of Vertica 9.0, the team at Micro Focus has brought you a ton of new updates and enhancements that are certainly worthy of getting excited about! If you haven’t had a chance, you should check out the […]
A lot of customers are starting to explore the idea of reducing infrastructure related costs of their enterprise solutions by migrating them to publicly hosted cloud based environments. With that in mind I am very pleased to announce the official support of Vertica running in the Microsoft Azure cloud environment. This latest step in the […]
In August of last year, we announced support for Vertica in the Microsoft Azure Cloud environment. This includes a fully automated cluster deployment from the Azure Marketplace (which can be found here) and also includes our free Community Edition license. Microsoft, like many other public Cloud providers, offers a free trial subscription for users that […]
This enhancement to the Vertica AWS Auto Scaling open-source package makes it quite easy to create a working replica of your existing cloud-hosted or on-premise Vertica cluster in Amazon Web Services.
Did you know that you can use an Elastic Load Balancer (ELB) to connect to your Vertica cluster running on Amazon Web Services? You can, and you should for several reasons.
Are you using Amazon Web Services for your Vertica cluster(s)? Are you staging your source data files on AWS S3 storage? If so, this AWS S3 loader for Vertica may be just the thing for you! It will automatically pick up files as they are dropped into S3, and load them into target tables in one or more Vertica clusters.