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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...

VerticaPy Unify 2022 Sessions

Vertica Unify 2022 is a great time to learn about Vertica, its new features, and best practices. To complement the many great presentations at Vertica Unify 2022 both in Boston and Paris, I’m very excited to present two sessions: one on VerticaPy best practices, and another general session on VerticaPy and its features. VerticaPy is...
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Vertica and Jenkins Integration

We are excited to announce that Vertica now integrates with Jenkins. This connection enables Jenkins to access data in Vertica using the vsql application. Jenkins is an open-source tool that enables you to automate the entire software development lifecycle including continuous integration of building, testing, and deployment. Check out the integration guide in our Knowledge...

Vertica Stories from China: Top 3 contest winners showcase innovation

This past December and January, the Vertica team for the Asia-Pacific region conducted a story contest for Chinese-speaking Vertica customers using creative solutions to data analytics requirements. In addition to reaching out and learning more about Vertica customers in the region, we wanted to gather use case details and share them with the worldwide Vertica...
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Going Beyond a Data Lakehouse

The way things get named in this industry can be pretty odd.  A lot of people have been hearing noise about how cool a “Data Lakehouse” is since it combines the power of a data lake with the power of a data warehouse. When I think of a lakehouse, I think of a great place...

Announcing Vertica Version 11

Vertica Unified Analytics Platform version 11 delivers GA support for Docker containers and Kubernetes, advanced machine learning and time series capabilities, and increased analytical performance.

Vertica and Grafana – A New Partnership

You asked and we heard you big time!!! We are very excited to announce our official partnership with Grafana  and the launch of the signed Vertica Grafana Plugin. Grafana is an open-source analytics tool that enables you to visualize and query data in real-time. Its informative dashboards allow you to view data from different sources....

Announcing Vertica Integration with Querybook

We are pleased to announce the integration of Vertica with Querybook. Querybook is an open-source IDE developed by Pinterest that allows you to query data, create analyses, and share your queries. Querybook also features a simple notebook interface that lets companies configure query engines, table metadata ingestion, and access permissions. It allows them to create...

Vertica 10.1.1 Goes Beyond Analytics with Support for Azure Cloud, Kubernetes, and Containers

With each release of Vertica, you can always count on major enhancements and features to help you address each step of the predictive analytics process with even more analytical functions and end-to-end machine learning capabilities. While Vertica 10.1.1 includes support for the latest version of PMML, 4.4, some useful new analytical functions, and a new...

New Version 0.5 of VerticaPy

Last week, the VerticaPy team released a new version v0.5.0 focused on hyperparameter tuning, time series analysis and model explainability.

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...
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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...