• Releases

    Vertica 7.1 “Dragline” Announced


    Vertica just announced their newest release of Vertica, code named “Dragline.” This version introduces SQL-on-Hadoop, better access control, optimized back-ups, additional Flex Zone data format support, dynamic resource management and more.

  • News

    SQL-on-Hadoop Analytics


    MapReduce and Vertica came together to create a SQL-on-Hadoop Analytics solution. This solution will allow reduction of costs and complexity by allowing Hadoop and Vertica to be run on a single cluster; essentially running Vertica on top of MapR.

  • Administration

    May Release of VerticaKit


    The May 2014 release of the VerticaKit has the following changes: Fixed schema for query_requests for query time distribution Adds 6 queries Nodes with less than recommended disk space available (40%) Workload analyzer tuning rules Tables without primary keys (help with optimizing joins) Percentage of database that has been deleted Denied resource requests (identify resource…

  • Database Design

    Tuning Rules in the Workload Analyzer


    Curtis Bennett recently wrote a blog post about the the workload analyzer. In his post, he exposes the queries behind the workload analyzer. He then discusses the tuning rules used by the workload analyzer, what they do and how you can alter them. You can read the full post at vertica.com.

Upcoming Events

  • No upcoming events
AEC v1.0.4

Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Read more use cases here.


This site is not affiliated, endorsed or associated with HPE Vertica. This site makes no claims on ownership of trademark rights. The author contributions on this site are licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 with attribution required.