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Running an Eon Mode Database: Live in Vertica 9.1

This blog post was authored by Sarah Lemaire. Before now, you could only operate your Vertica database in Enterprise Mode, the traditional Vertica architecture where your data is distributed across the local nodes. Now, Vertica 9.1, released in April, 2018, allows you to operate your database in Eon Mode, which was previously released as beta...

What’s New in Vertica 9.1?

This blog post was authored by Soniya Shah. In Vertica 9.1 we introduce new functionality including: • Eon Mode, now available in production environments • Machine Learning Enhancements • Management Console Updates • Voltage SecureData Integration • Python UDTF • AWS Licensing Updates • Security Updates • Upgrade and Installation Changes • S3 Session Parameter...

Operational Considerations for Database Administrators in Eon Mode

This blog post was authored by Shrirang Kamat. The purpose of this document is to familiarize advanced Vertica Enterprise mode users about some of the behavioral similarities and differences between Vertica Enterprise mode and Vertica Eon mode. This document assumes you have a basic understanding about Eon mode architecture. You can find more details about...

Vertica Eon Mode: Caching

This blog post was co-authored by Pratibha Rana and Ben Vandiver. Running every query directly against the data in shared storage would result in poor performance and subject the shared storage to heavy load. Eon mode in Vertica introduces a cache called the Depot that avoids reading from the shared storage for frequently used data...

AWS re:Invent 2017

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Introducing Vertica 9

About this webinar: Join us for an exciting and highly informative look at the newest and most powerful release of Vertica. Vertica 9 delivers high-performance in-database machine learning and advanced analytics anywhere, anytime, on any major cloud. This latest release also offers direct querying of Parquet data on AWS S3, support for Google Cloud Platform...

Cloning a Vertica Cluster to AWS

This enhancement to the

AWS Elastic Load Balancing with Vertica

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.

Automatic Vertica Database Loader for AWS S3

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...