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Vertica Primary Use Case

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Senior Database Architect at a real estate/law firm with 501-1,000 employees

We are very happy to have a good warehouse solution that we can run on-premises. Next year we will start testing it on the cloud so we can progress to a hybrid solution. We would like to have Vertica in the cloud integrating with our data lake. We could go with another cloud solution but Vertica has been a good solution for us so far and we hope the cloud product is as good and flexible.  

On-premises, Vertica would still be used as our data warehouse solution. That would keep us where we know that the cost for the hardware is relatively reasonable where we have customers running large number of reports. At the moment we have customers running many thousands of reports a day and having Vertica gives us real-time insight into our data. The ROI with Vertica on premises has been sunstantial. 

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Creator and Manager of Intelligent Water Loss Management Models at Qintess

The solution is a BI solution that includes machine learning. Our company is involved in the distribution of water and we use it to capturing data for several points and to discover where there might have been a loss of drinkable water. 

There is a problem with the water distribution because the company that I'm working for has an index of 32% of water loss during the process of the distribution. These losses can be from a different source. It can be from leakage, it can be an error or on the meter read which can have many issues, sometimes the problem occurs in different hours depending on the pressure of the water network.  We need to use artificial intelligence to collect millions of the data points to detect where the problem might be coming from.

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MW
Director - Big Data, IoT and Analytics at a tech services company with 11-50 employees

We are resellers and we provide products for our customers.

Our clients are using this solution in two ways; one is for a data warehouse, and the second is for analytics in the database.

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MW
Director - Big Data, IoT and Analytics at a tech services company with 11-50 employees

I use Vertica for traditional data warehouse reporting and some advanced analytics as well as real-time data processing or real-time analytics. I sell Vertica, so my clients' use cases vary. There are several types of users, and each company is going to have different requirements. And the number of users is not necessarily a great measure of usage if you're doing clickstream-type data on a website with massive numbers of queries coming in very quickly. But in other cases, you have people hammering it for reporting and various kinds of business use cases.

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Sr DBA/ DBA Tech Lead at a non-profit with 1,001-5,000 employees

Our use case is a typical data warehouse. We just use the data warehouse for reporting and the storage of data. Our users are the staff team who do the reporting and data analysis.

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Group DWH and BI Senior Manager at Virgin Mobile Middle East and Africa

We are using Vertica for our data warehouse. We run all the ETL and then store the information for the reports which are given to the business team for use for analytical purposes.

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Director at Decision Science

Primary use case is advanced analytics over huge amounts of data. Vertica provides high speed access to high volumes.

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Manager at Bizinfo Thailand

We are using Vertica in our warehouse.

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Assistant Manager at M1 NET

The primary use of Vertica is as a data warehouse to perform aggregate and summary reports.

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Learn what your peers think about Vertica. Get advice and tips from experienced pros sharing their opinions. Updated: November 2021.
552,305 professionals have used our research since 2012.