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HPE VP Susan Arthur Speaks at the BDC

A few weeks ago, women at the HPE Big Data Conference in Boston were invited to attend a Women in Technology breakfast

Troubleshooting Vertica Query Performance with System Tables

Do you want to learn how to troubleshoot your query performance issues?  We’ve got you covered. Just attend the Query Performance Tuning and Troubleshooting Issues session at HPE Vertica’s Big Data Conference.

Vertica Women at Simmons Leadership Conference March 28-29th, Boston, MA

A few weeks ago, HPE Vertica participated in the 2016 Simmons Leadership Conference, a premier conference for women around the world.

Integrate Data Security with Your Big Data Platform

Are you concerned about protecting PII/PHI data in your Big Data implementations? Are you worried when your data flows across your Hadoop and Vertica clusters deployed on premise or in cloud? Are you looking for a security solution that will allow you to meet PCI and other industry compliance and data privacy regulations?

Vertica Big Data Meetup

Taming the Complexity of Big Data Meetup a Huge Success!

Cambridge Big Data Analytics Meet Up

Interested in working for Vertica or simply learning more about the product? Visit us in Boston Feb 10th!

Big Data Customer Meetup

This past Tuesday marked the first in what will be many Big Data customer meetups happening across the country.

That Giant Sucking Sound is Your Big Data Science Project

Vertica recently hosted its second annual Big Data Conference in Boston, Massachusetts. It was very well attended with over eight hundred folks, and about two hundred companies represented. We at Vertica love these events for a few reasons – first because our customers tend to be our best spokespeople because it’s such a sound product, but also because it’s a chance for us to learn from them.

Is Big Data Giving You Grief? Part 5: Acceptance

Over the last month or so, this series has discussed how organizations often deal with a missed big data opportunity in ways that closely resemble the grieving process, and how that process maps to the commonly understood five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. This is the last entry in the series; it focuses on how an organization can move forward effectively with a big data project.

Is Big Data Giving You Grief? Part 4: Depression

Continuing the five part series which explores how organizations coping with big data often go through a process that closely resembles grief, this segment addresses the point at which the organization finally grasps the reality of big data and realizes the magnitude of the opportunity and challenge…and gets depressed about the reality of it.