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Is Your Future Cloudy? This Buyer’s Guide Offers Clarity

When I started at Vertica about seven years ago, I was met by anxious sales people warning me that (HDFS, specifically) was going to completely replace the , as we knew it. And we should be very concerned. That was 2012, a year that I first encountered the lovable elephant and met swarms of Hadoop...
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Vertica Big Data Conference 2020 – Are You Excited Yet?

The Vertica Big Data Conference (BDC) clock is ticking and my excitement is growing by the minute! I want to make sure that our Vertica community is up to date on the latest news, especially some of the General Session speakers and Breakout tracks. And let’s not forget one of the most special components of...
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Vertica and Amazon – Better Together, for Years

The year was 2012. Marvel’s The Avengers hit the box office. Facebook went public. NASA's Curiosity rover landed on the surface of Mars. And, the Vertica AMI (Amazon Machine Image) made its debut on , enabling data-driven organizations to easily deploy Vertica on the Amazon cloud and start accelerating their analytics. Running Vertica on Amazon...
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Datadog Announces Integration with Vertica to Monitor Performance and Availability

Datadog helps customers ensure high performance and availability of their applications by providing visibility into the full application stack: infrastructure, middleware, and applications. They have achieved this by building a robust set of turn-key integrations that include SaaS and Cloud solutions, automation tools, databases and server components, and many more. Now, they have announced integration...
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Can a 100-Year Old Business Innovate with IoT Analytics?

One of my greatest pleasures is dining out at all the amazing restaurants here in the Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill area of North Carolina. I am always amazed and so proud of the innovative and authentic ethnic cuisines that have made the Triangle a nationally recognized foodie community. I think about the complexities of...
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Vertica in Eon Mode Depot – Where Did You Go?

Separating compute from storage is such a hot topic these days. “Instance types” and “S3 Object Storage” are core to the language of the public clouds (unless you’re Azure, then substitute S3 with Blob but leave the Object Storage part). This next-generation architecture enables so many operational and economic advantages – workload isolation, elastic scaling,...

Introducing an Industry First – Vertica in Eon Mode for Pure Storage

This week at the Pure Accelerate conference, Vertica and Pure Storage of Vertica in Eon Mode for Pure Storage, the industry’s first and only analytical database solution with a separation of compute and storage architecture for on-premises analytic workloads. Why is this important to you? The rush to migrate analytic workloads to the cloud was,...

7 Critical Capabilities for Embedded Analytics

Software and technology vendors serving a range of industries – from security to healthcare – are increasingly turning to embedded analytics as a way to deliver value-added services and applications to their customers. Enterprises that embrace embedded analytics are changing the dynamics of business in every vertical market. The most disruptive companies in these industries...
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The Vertica Academy Is Open for Learning

One of the greatest impacts from digital transformation, both from a personal and professional point of view, is not just the democratization of data - a very popular topic here at Vertica! - but the democratization of knowledge. Today, we are excited to announce the new, a platform that offers self-paced, technical training and certifications...
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Intern Spotlight: Becoming an Engineer

My name is Richard Xu and I am a sophomore at Harvard University, studying Computer Science. This summer, Vertica has taught me how to be an engineer. Starting a career as a freshman is challenging. I may have the technical know-how and coding abilities, but the freshman stigma loomed over me. At the career fair...
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In-Database Machine Learning 2: Calculate a Correlation Matrix – A Data Exploration Post

In the , we discussed some of the reasons why it makes sense to do your machine learning inside the database. This will be the first post where we discuss some of the steps involved in the in-database machine learning workflow. Generally, the first thing you need to do is explore your data. This can...

Intern Experience: Documentation at Vertica

My name is . I am currently a rising senior at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, pursuing a dual degree in English and Psychology, as well as an IT minor. I also hold a certificate in Professional Writing and Technical Communication. I am grateful to have been a part of that program, as I came...