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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...
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....
Vertica + Scality

Vertica in Eon Mode Now Supports Scality for Even Greater Choice

We are pleased to announce the general availability of Vertica in Eon Mode for Scality RING S3 object storage on the HPE Apollo 4000 platform
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“awk” sed Grep, “whoami?”. Time CC if bash makes head or tail and sort > plain.txt and make us API

Things to do whilst confined to barracks due to COVID-19 For those who know me well, having worked in IT for four decades, will know that I can be a bit of a Luddite when it comes to new-fangled technology. Give me a character-based, green-screen PuTTY application over any pointy-clicky interface.  Let me use vsql...
Unified Data Analytics Warehouse

How can you get the value out of Hadoop that you were promised?

Since Hadoop’s initial release 14 years ago, untold volumes of data have been stored in HDFS (Hadoop Distributed File System). Spread across a virtual landscape of data-inspired organizations, those data lakes are wide, and deep. Companies have made tremendous investments in Hadoop over the years, and data continues to pour into their data lakes. You...
AWS Cloud and Vertica Future Looks Bright

Get Ready for AWS Linux 2

The Vertica team is excited to share that we have achieved the Amazon Linux 2 Ready designation as part of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Service Ready Program. The AWS Service Ready Program is designed to help customers identify products that integrate with AWS services in order to quickly evaluate tools that run on AWS...
Heavy rocket blasting above the clouds

Vertica Version 10 Launches Today!

There’s big news today, on the first day of the Virtual Vertica Big Data Conference 2020 – a major new version of Vertica blasts off! Vertica version 10 soars straight into the greatest deployment flexibility of any analytical data warehouse on the market. This fast and extremely scalable platform gives you more power than ever...
Team Touchdown with Vertica

Fill the Gaps on Your Team with BDC Sponsors

Jeff Healey’s post about Larry Bird got me thinking about analytics in sports. When I was in graduate school, I attended a sports analytics conference sponsored by MIT. As you may know, Major League Baseball has compiled dozens of statistics over the years, and at that time was adding new ones that had never been...
Flight Tracking

Pennard, We Have a Problem – Troubleshooting Flight Tracking with the Grafana Plugin for Vertica

With Vertica’s Management Console, I have everything I need at my fingertips to manage and monitor my Vertica clusters and databases.  Whether that be investigating query performance issues, checking on the health of the cluster’s nodes, running the Database Designer or marveling at the volume of data being ingested by the Vertica Scheduler from a...
Planets in solar system

The Kafka Convergence

Apache Kafka seems to be everywhere these days. I’m feeling a bit surrounded by Kafka right now, in fact, like I’m at the center of a convergence of the planets, and data flowing through Kafka is the gravitational pull. Let me give you an idea of what I mean. So, Vertica just announced the release...
Cubes with binary ones and zeroes on them clustered together floating in blue space with light shining out

2 – What Are the Benefits of Using Complex Data Types in SQL?

Co-authored by James Clampffer, Deepak Majeti. In this second post in the Complex Data Types blog series, let’s look at some of the reasons complex types are used extensively in organized big data formats like ORC and Parquet. Be sure to read the first post in this series where we discussed the what complex data...