The company says the solution includes new algorithms, model replication, data preparation functions, and continuous end-to-end workflow, to simplify the production and deployment of machine learning models.
In addition, Vertica 9 will be available for deployment in the Google Marketplace and has further integration with Microsoft Azure including Power BI certification.
Micro Focus also announced the beta release of Vertica in Eon Mode, which enables organisations to evaluate the separation of compute and storage for Amazon Web Services (AWS) deployments. Companies in the AWS ecosystem will be able to leverage AWS S3 for storage and Vertica’s query-optimised analytics engine for processing speed to capitalise on cloud economics.
“Vertica’s ability to analyse an extensive set of data formats in the right place, at the right time, enables our customers to optimise for both cloud economics and user demands. Vertica is the only platform in the industry that can provide high-performance advanced analytics and in-database machine learning with true freedom from underlying infrastructure across the full data pipeline, at the scale demanded by the world’s most data-driven organisations.”
Vertica 9 will be generally available in October 2017.