Time Series Prediction Approaches

Time Series Journal

Subscribe to Time Series Journal: eMailAlertsEmail Alerts newslettersWeekly Newsletters
Get Time Series Journal: homepageHomepage mobileMobile rssRSS facebookFacebook twitterTwitter linkedinLinkedIn

Time Series Journal Authors: Jason Bloomberg, Progress Blog, SmartBear Blog, APM Blog, Jnan Dash

Related Topics: CEOs in Technology, Cloud Computing, VMware Journal, Backup Outsourcing Journal, Cloudonomics Journal, EMC Journal, Time Series Journal, IBM Journal, Government News, Las Vegas on Ulitzer, CIO/CTO Update, Telecom Innovation, Virtual Application Appliances

Press Release

Vertica Broadens Reach of Its Analytic Database with Version 4.0

Includes new features that give enterprises orders of magnitude faster performance

5th Cloud Expo in New York This April

Vertica announced on  Tuesday a new release of the Vertica Analytic Database. Vertica 4.0 includes new features that give enterprises orders of magnitude faster performance than traditional databases while extending these speed gains to a wider range of markets and business users.

What's new in 4.0:

  • Cutting-edge in-database analytics including SQL-99 window functions and new patent-pending time-series and sessionization capabilities that enable financial and telecom applications to perform sophisticated analytics in SQL without the need for specialized products or programming.
  • Workload management features that enable customers to manage complex mixed query workloads to best meet business priorities.
  • Fully Unicode capable, enabling global applications with international data sets, collations and locales.
  • Users can easily deploy with no prior knowledge of columnar databases. Patent-pending next generation database designer with powerful yet simple UI makes query performance and storage optimization simple.
  • New Web-based administration tools with Integrated Backup-and-Restore, Durable Snapshots and Super Fast recovery from disk failures.
  • Orders of magnitude better performance than traditional analytic database systems and 30-40 percent faster query performance than previous versions of Vertica with better resource utilization based on new patent-pending Optimizer and Execution Engine.
  • Automatic speed up on bulk and trickle loads with 4.0 ODBC and JDBC drivers (30 percent faster than previous versions of Vertica).
  • Intelligent trickle loader leverages knowledge of load patterns and partitioning to reduce storage footprint and administration costs.
  • External procedures enabling tighter integration with computing solutions like Hadoop.
  • Fastest growing ecosystem with new Informatica Powercenter 8.6 optimized plug-in along with continued support and planned certification with existing partners including: Cloudera, IBM/Cognos, JasperSoft, MicroStrategy, SyncSort, SAP/Business Objects, Streambase, Tableau, Talend and others.

More Stories By Pat Romanski

News Desk compiles and publishes breaking news stories, press releases and latest news articles as they happen.