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What’s New in Vertica 8.0.1: Management Console Features Part 1

Watch this video to learn more about the new features added in Management Console with HPE Vertica version 8.0.1!

What’s New in Vertica 8.0: Management Console Features

HPE Vertica version 8.0 introduced several new Management Console features. Watch this video to learn about these updates.

Management Console Tour #3: Query Plan

We’ve created the Management Console Tour video series to show you the new tab interfaces as of HPE Vertica 8.0. Watch this video to learn more about the Explain and Profile functions, which can be found on the Query Plan page.

Management Console Tour #2: Database Designer

We’ve created the Management Console Tour video series to show you the new tab interfaces as of HPE Vertica 8.0. Watch this video to learn more about the Database Designer, which can be found on the Design page.

Management Console Tour #1: Overview Page

We’ve created the Management Console Tour video series to show you the new tab interfaces as of HPE Vertica 8.0. Watch this video to learn more about the Overview page.

What’s New in Vertica 7.2? Management Console Enhancements

Along with the new features like Kafka integration and object-level restore, Vertica 7.2 comes with improvements to Management Console.

Introducing Vertica 7.2!

Want to learn about what’s new in Vertica version 7.2? Read on…

Monitoring Hadoop in Management Console

In this video, we’ll show you the new management console feature that lets you monitor a Vertica database that resides in an Apache Hadoop environment.

 

 

Database Designer in Vertica 7

With the HP Vertica 7, you can use Database Designer with Management Console. As in previous releases, you can still run Database Designer from Admin Tools, but its integration with Management Console offers an additional easy-to-use method for creating a database design.

Visualizing Your Query Plan with Management Console 7

You run your newly crafted query and patiently wait for the results to appear on the terminal. You stare at your clock, waiting. 1 minute, 2 minutes, then 5, then 10. Your heart sinks. Why is it taking so long,? The query should be done by now, you tell yourself. You built your projections to optimize the joins, you’re sure there is enough memory to avoid spilling to disk. You start to doubt yourself at this point, so you’ll check to make sure.