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Master Blog Series : Vertica in Eon Mode

This post was authored by Soniya Shah. In Vertica 9.0 we introduced Eon Mode. Since then, there have been many improvements in recent releases. Vertica in Eon Mode is a new architecture that separates compute and storage, allowing users to take advantage of cloud economics that enable rapid scaling and shrinking of clusters in response...

Vertica Quick Tip: Keepalive settings for AWS Network Load Balancer

Serge Bonte authored this post. Network Load Balancers are one of the three types of load balancers supported by Amazon’s Elastic Load Balancing. See: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/elasticloadbalancing/latest/network/introduction.html Since load balancers act as a proxy between clients (such as JDBC) and Vertica servers, it is important to understand how AWS’s NLB handle idle timeouts for connections. The idle...
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The Internet of Things (IoT) and Smart Metering

Every month, my husband receives a driver’s report from Chevrolet, providing him with “feedback” on his driving behavior – everything from the intensity of his braking to the number of lane changes without a blinker to the distance and speed he drove in his Silverado truck. The report also provides specific details on the upcoming...
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Announcing Vertica in Eon Mode for Amazon Linux 2, now available in AWS Marketplace

Vertica is a blazingly fast SQL analytics database, enabling enterprises to access and derive meaningful insight into big data in sub-seconds or minutes rather than hours or days. Vertica powers the world’s most data driven organizations, delivering unmatched speed and scale with the full suite of advanced analytics and in database machine learning. Vertica for...
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IMPORTANT: Vertica and Amazon Linux 2.0 gcc Compatibility Problems

This blog post was authored by Monica Cellio, with Serge Bonte. The Vertica binaries are compiled using the default version of g++ installed on the supported Linux platforms. Vertica requires a minimum of gcc version 4.8.4. The default version of g++ on Amazon Linux 2.0 is not compatible with gcc 4.8.4. To be able to...

Reusing EBS Volumes

This blog post was authored by Mark Hayden. You can deploy a Vertica cluster running in Eon or Enterprise mode using EC2 instances that support EBS volumes. This document provides the steps you need to use EBS volumes that were preserved from a Vertica cluster that was terminated, and how to reattach them to revive...

Vertica in Eon Mode: Revive

This blog post was authored by Soniya Shah. Overview An Eon Mode database keeps an updated version of its data and metadata in a communal storage location. After you shut down the database, the data continues to reside in communal storage. When you are ready to use the storage again, you can revive the database...

Understanding Vertica Eon Mode

This blog post was authored by Soniya Shah. This blog post is updated as of July 2018. With Eon mode, Vertica is a database that takes advantage of all elastic compute and scalable storage capabilities in the cloud. In Eon mode, Vertica can take advantage of cloud economics – it can be made to scale...
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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...

Sizing Your Vertica Cluster for an Eon Mode Database

This blog post was authored by Shrirang Kamat. Vertica in Eon Mode is a new architecture that separates compute and storage, allowing users to take advantage of cloud economics that enable rapid scaling and shrinking of clusters in response to a variable workload. Eon Mode decouples the cluster size from the data volume and lets...

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...

Vertica Quick Tip: Eon Mode

This blog post was authored by Jim Knicely. You can now deploy a Vertica cluster with an Eon Mode database instead of an Enterprise mode database. In Enterprise Mode, the original Vertica "share nothing" configuration, each database node stores a portion of the data and performs a portion of the computation. In Eon Mode, computational...