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SAP Business Objects 4.1 SP07 Supports Vertica 7.1 Drivers

SAP Business Objects 4.1 has tested and certified support for HPE Vertica 7.1.x ODBC and JDBC drivers.

Using JDBC Routable Query API for High Concurrency and High Throughput

Does your organization use high-volume short requests that return a small number of results on a single node? Do you deal with low latency and high concurrency queries, and want to achieve high throughput? You could benefit by using the HP Vertica JDBC Routable Query API that uses fewer system resources than distributed queries.

Kerberos Authentication for Hadoop Integration: Keeping your data safe

Like all HP Vertica releases, 7.1.2 includes a bunch of new features. One specific feature can help make your HDFS data safer: Kerberos integration for Hadoop. This blog will give you an overview of using Kerberos authentication with HP Vertica for SQL on Hadoop.

Using the Vertica ORC Reader with Business Intelligence Tools

What we are going to discuss is the new functionality introduced in HP Vertica 7.1 SP2 that allows customers to access files in HDFS stored in ORC format and achieve significant performance benefits compared to raw text files.

Why Do My License Audits Show A Significant Size Reduction?

When you run a database audit, you may notice that your HP Vertica audit size has reduced from the audit size calculated before you upgraded to version 7.1 SP2. Don’t worry, you haven’t lost any data. The size reduction is due to storage changes related to licensing.

New Configuration Parameter Storage and Setting Options

HP Vertica 7.1.x introduces a new way to store and set configuration parameters.

Previously, configuration parameter values were stored in individual vertica.conf files on each node. As of HP Vertica 7.1.0, these values are stored in the database catalog, allowing the values to stay consistent over all nodes.