Our newest release HPCC Systems 8.2.0 Gold, contains a number of improvements and features that mean our Cloud Native Platform is now ready to be tested and used in production environments. Find out more about the new features and enhancements now available for both our Cloud Native and Bare Metal Platform users.
The method of defining storage on our Cloud Native platform has been rationalized and simplified in HPCC Systems 8.2.0. This blog, by Gavin Halliday, takes you through the new way storage is defined in the values.yaml file, providing some examples of how it can be used.
HPCC Systems 8.0.0 is the first release that is feature complete to the point where our Cloud Native platform is now ready for Cloud performance evaluation. Find out about the features and enhancements now available and the resources available to help you get started using our Cloud Native platform.
While the main focus of HPCC Systems 8.0.0 Gold is the Cloud Native platform, there are many new features and improvements users across both the Cloud Native and Bare Metal platforms will be pleased to see implemented. Find out more about the highlights including features and improvements in performance, usability, security, the ECL Language and Dynamic ESDL
Log visualizations help identify, track and predict important events and trends on HPCC Systems clusters, by spotting interesting patterns and giving you visual clues which are easier to interpret than reading through the log file itself. Starting in HPCC Systems 8.0.0, a mechanism will be provided to deploy a lightweight Elastic Stack instance as a simple solution for the logs on-cloud processing challenges. In this blog, Rodrigo Pastrana walks through how to get started, view the logs, apply filter conditions and configure the Elastic Stack components.
Nandhini Velu is a Technical Analyst with Infosys who has been working with the HPCC Systems development team as an early adopter of our Cloud Native platform. Nandhini has been specifically looking at how a service mesh primarily designed for microservices fits in to the scheme of things. This tutorial style blog provides a step by step guide to installing HPCC Systems with Linkerd on Microsoft Azure.
Manish Kumar Jaychand is one of a number of developers at Infosys who are working with the HPCC Systems development team as early adopters of our Cloud Native platform. This collaboration contributes to ongoing development while providing expert guidance and tips so you can be an early adopter too. This tutorial style blog provides a step by step guide to installing HPCC Systems with Istio on Microsoft Azure.
Previous blogs in this series have looked as persisting data, configuring storage and importing data into a Cloud Native HPCC Systems environment. In this blog, Gavin Halliday provides a tutorial style guide to exporting data from an HPCC Systems bare metal environment to an HPCC Systems Cloud Native environment.
Our 'Going Cloud Native' blog series continues with this demonstration, showing how to setup and deploy an HPCC Systems Platform Cluster on the AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS). This tutorial style blog is a truly collaborative effort featuring contributions from Lucas Varella who is an intern studying at the University of Santa Catarina (UFSC) in Brazil, our LexisNexis Risk Solutions Group colleagues, Hugo Watanuki and Xiaoming Wang and Akash Gheewala a Solutions Architect from Amazon Web Services.
HPCC Systems is going cloud native, and the cloud development team has been active with projects related to the new” HPCC Systems cloud native platform.” A number of these projects were implemented by summer interns. This blog details the cloud platform projects completed by Jefferson “Jeff” Mao, a 12 grade high school student at Lambert High School in Suwanee, Georgia.