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Constellation Research Names Vertica to ShortList for Hybrid-Cloud and Multi-cloud Analytical Databases

What a week of industry recognition for Vertica. Today, Vertica announced that it was named to the Constellation ShortList™ for Hybrid-Cloud and Multicloud Analytical Relational Database Management Systems in Q1 2021. What is the Constellation ShortList? According to Constellation Research, the ShortList focuses on RDBMSs that can deliver the ultimate in analytical query performance even...

Do you really want to outsource your data and analytics?

As a nine year veteran of the Big Data business, I’ve seen the shift from transactional data stores like Postgres, SQL Server and Oracle to OLAP offerings from the likes of Greenplum, Aster, Vertica, and ParAccel, to the rise and fall of Hadoop Data Lakes, and now the shift to cloud, object storage, and serverless...

Vertica named by InfoWorld as one of 8 databases supporting in-database machine learning

A Feb. 17 article in InfoWorld names Vertica as one of eight analytical platforms that offer in-database machine learning “right where your data resides.” Authored by contributing editor and reviewer Martin Heller, the article validates two of Vertica’s long-held principles: flexibility in ML modeling and training, and the ability to analyze data without transmitting it...
NLP augmented analytics is like Ask Me Anything with your data

Natural Language Processing Augmented Analytics

By simplifying the asking of questions and understanding of answers, NLP augmented analytics broadens the number of people who can use analytic technology
Rocket to Moon with Vertica version 10.1

Vertica 10.1 Rockets Data Analytics to the Next Level

As of February 1, 2021, the new version of Vertica rockets analytical database technology to the next level. Vertica 10.1 continues to show our commitment to broad, powerful in-database machine learning by including our most requested algorithm – XGBoost. Management Console makes administering Vertica in the cloud even easier. Support for complex data types in...

Embedded Vertica speeds EOITEK’s growth in AIOps

The phrase “digital transformation” has quickly evolved from a buzz term to an apt description for innovative changes evident today. More businesses are implementing the technical tactics that are actually bringing new business models to fruition, and that was the original promise: Doing things with digital technology that simply weren’t possible before. That was the...
Vertica wishes you a Happy Holidays

New VerticaPy Features Added – Just in Time for the Holidays

The team behind VerticaPy wishes you happy holidays and a happy new year from Boston, and from Grenoble in the French Alps! Make 2021 your year to operationalize Machine Learning at Scale with Vertica and Python.    VerticaPy is a Python library that exposes scikit-like functionality for conducting data science projects in your Vertica database....
Cloud analytics

Vertica now available as a managed service from Full 360

The Vertica partner ecosystem is steadily growing, with a rich assortment of partners who provide help with implementation, professional services, and value added reselling. This means that if you’re new to Vertica, or working to create your own data platform for the first time, you’ll find the right expertise within our ecosystem. Now, we’re happy...

DX Radio Episode 3: Climate Corporation and Digital Agriculture

I have the honor of hosting the latest episode of DX Radio. It features The Climate Corporation’s Daniel McCaffrey, Vice president of Data and Analytics, and Erich Hochmuth, Big Data Architect Engineer, as they explore the digital transformation of farming.

Extracting Log Data into Vertica With Regex Parsing

Formatted text such as system logs hold a huge amount of actionable data if you can extract and discover the content. If there is a pattern to the lines, then you can build a Vertica regex parser to extract fields and contents into Vertica for query and analysis at scale. Vertica’s regex parser uses Perl-like...
Electronic medical record on digital smart device

Vertica in Good Health: Ingesting, Securing, and Analyzing Healthcare Data

Electronic Medical Records and new personal healthcare technology, particularly medical devices, generate a huge amount of data. Organizations including Cerner and Philips Healthcare rely on Vertica for data analysis. How can Vertica help you analyze this data? Vertica excels at data ingest and provides hundreds of built-in SQL and analytic functions with broad integration with...
Taking data analytics to the next level

Vertica 10 SP1 Takes Data Analytics to the Next Level

The first service pack for Vertica 10 brings even more incredible new features to the most flexible and scalable data analytics warehouse on the market.