Do you find yourself running low on disk space on your Vertica database? You could delete older data, but that sacrifices your ability to perform historical queries. You could add new nodes to your cluster or add storage to your existing nodes. However, these options require additional expense.
The Vertica Storage Locations for HDFS feature introduced in Vertica Version 7.1 offers you a new solution: storing data on an Apache Hadoop cluster. You can use this feature to store data in a Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) while still being able to query it through Vertica.
Watch this video for an overview of the Vertica Storage Locations for HDFS feature and an example of how you can use it to free storage space on your Vertica cluster.
In Vertica version 8.0.0, we added integration for Apache Spark through our Vertica Connector for Apache Spark. This is a fast parallel connector that allows you to transfer data between Apache Spark and Vertica.
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Do you develop BI dashboards for Vertica? Or would you like to give it a try? To help you get started, the Vertica Partner Engineering team has created a set of QuickStart BI sample apps. You can download them for free from the ."
Interested in exploring the Vertica Analytic Database in the context of data movement and transformation? To get a feel for it, try our new ETL QuickStart sample apps. You'll find them on the . Our Partner Engineering team develops QuickStart apps using tools from our technology partners. Currently we have ETL QuickStarts for the following...