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GDPR READY RECIPE

This blog post was authored by Moshe Goldberg. Disclaimer This document content is for informational purposes only. The content here should not be relied upon as legal advice, or to determine how GDPR applies to your organization or you. We strongly advise working with a qualified legal GDPR professional to understand how the regulation applies...

Vertica’s Kathy Taylor is Honored by the Carroll Center for the Blind

  Positive attitude   Education   Passion   Determination   Teamwork   According to Jay Blake, founder of , those are the tools you need to overcome obstacles and be successful. More on that later. On June 7, The Carroll Center for the Blind inducted Micro Focus’s own Kathy Taylor into the Carroll Society. This...

Machine Learning Key Terms

This blog post was authored by Soniya Shah. Machine learning seems to be everywhere these days – in the online recommendations you get on Netflix, the self-driving cars that hyped in the media, and in serious cases, like fraud detection. Data is a huge part of machine learning, and so are the key terms. Unless...

Why All Column Stores Are Not the Same

This blog post was authored by Steve Sarsfield. Critical Capabilities for Big Data Databases Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but when imitators try to match brilliant engineering against uninspiring execution in order to meet the needs of a bullet on a PowerPoint slide, the imitation tends to be more of a parody, or...
Diagram of Vertica compute and storage together in Enterprise Mode and storage centralized, and compute separate in Eon Mode

Introducing the Eon Mode Concept

Vertica was born at a tipping point in the world of Enterprise Data Warehouses. It was designed from the first line of code to address new levels of data volumes and analytical performance. But it was also designed to break the tightly integrated hardware and software appliances offered by industry leaders at the time including...

Unlock Data Analytics for Dynamic Workloads with Vertica 9.1

This blog post was authored by Sanjay Baronia. Today, cloud infrastructure has made it easier for organizations to consume services and deploy business applications with a pay-as-you-go, OPEX model. This provides a number of incentives to move data to the cloud, especially for variable workloads and use cases that require heavy compute for finite periods...

How do you use Vertica analytics and machine learning today?

One of the coolest aspects of Vertica is its in-database machine learning functionality. As part of our third round of product management surveys, we're asking you to take the time to answer how you use Vertica analytics today. We're hoping to get answers we can use to expand upon our growing analytics and machine learning...

Vertica in Eon Mode Paper Accepted for ACM SIGMOD/PODS Conference

Every year, the ACM SIGMOD/PODS conference is held as a forum for database researchers, developers, and users to explore innovations in the field and exchange ideas. The conference is an opportunity for thought leaders to talk with each other and hear from one another through presentations, workshops, and tutorials. This year, Ben Vandiver, Shreya Prasad,...
Programmer

Constantly Inspired #StandUp #LiftUp

This blog post was authored by Crystal North. Wow. I have spent the last month reflecting every single work day as to why I love my job. I started this personal focus because I had read one too many status updates on LinkedIn that just seemed so unauthentic, so negative, or so salesy. I wanted...
Data Gals

What is it like being a girl in a room of many boys?

This blog post was authored by Crystal Farley (North). I volunteered to be the Chairperson for the virtual chapter of DataGals because I think connecting women across the world is a great way to continue to #PushforProgress. Why not bridge the gap and create a community where we encourage diversity and inclusion of everyone that...
Machine Learning programmer in glasses looks at graphs

I Love DIY Projects

I love DIY projects. I love watching the YouTube videos, scouring the web for advice from others, and learning new skills. The innovation and creativity that’s out there is amazing! Plus, DIY projects save money, sometimes a lot of money! This past month, we decided to build our own stone patio in the backyard …...