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Kubernetes and containers

Vertica on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)

Introduction In my previous blog, I showed you the steps to run Vertica on Kubernetes (K8s) on your laptop. That’s fine if you want to try things out on a small scale, but what if you want to run it on a larger system? In this blog, I will teach you how to deploy Vertica...
Kubernetes and containers

Vertica on Kubernetes

This blog post has been updated from an earlier one to use new features that make deploying on your own system easier. Vertica released the VerticaDB operator in August, 2021, which began Vertica’s integration with Kubernetes. The operator automates many Vertica administrator tasks, such as restarting Vertica if any of the nodes go down, upgrading...
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Unleash the Power of Vertica and Apache Spark Using the Upgraded Spark Connector

This post is authored by Alex Le What is Apache Spark? Apache Spark is a distributed compute engine that provides a robust API for data science, machine learning, or to work with big data. It is fast, scalable, simple, and supports multiple languages, including Python, SQL, Scala, Java, and R. Backed by the Apache 2.0...

How to run Vertica CE in Windows 10 using Docker

Sometimes we want to test a new version of Vertica. In the past, the best way to do that was to use a Vertica Community Edition (CE) virtual machine. But starting with Vertica version 10.1, there is an easier way to achieve this. There is an official Docker image for the latest Vertica CE version...