HPCC Systems Blog

HPCC blog contributors are engineers and data scientists who for years have enabled LexisNexis customers to use big data to fulfill critical missions, gain competitive advantage, or unearth new discoveries. Check this blog regularly for insights into how HPCC technology can put big data to work for your own organization.

by Lorraine Chapman
on 07/14/2016

Earlier this month, DJ Patil, U.S. Chief Data Scientist with the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, held a Q and A session on ProductHunt.com. We collected our favorite questions into a blog post, which you can read here. We thought it would be interesting to take key questions from the session and answer them. First, Becky Champion, Senior Consulting Software Engineer, LexisNexis responded to the questions. In a follow-up post, Jesse Shaw, Senior Consulting Software Engineer also at LexisNexis, provided his insight.

In this, our final post of the series, David Wheelock, Consulting Software Engineer, also with LexisNexis, provides his answers.

by Lorraine Chapman
on 07/07/2016

There's so much to say about HPCC Systems 6.0.0 that one blog simply isn't enough.

If you haven't read the first one, you can find it here. We have also written a blog specifically about the performance improvements which provide the ability to use various multicore technologies currently available.

The most up to date release in this series is HPCC Systems 6.0.2. You can expect HPCC Systems to perform even better and faster as a result of a number of performance improvements. You should also find it easier to use and there are many new features to help you get the most from HPCC Systems.

by Lorraine Chapman
on 07/05/2016

Earlier this month, DJ Patil, U.S. Chief Data Scientist with the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, held a Q&A session on ProductHunt.com. We collected our favorite questions into a blog post, which you can read here. We thought it would be interesting to take key questions from the session and answer them. In the previous post in this series, Becky Champion, Senior Consulting Software Engineer, LexisNexis responded to the questions.

In this post, Jesse Shaw, Senior Consulting Software Engineer, also at LexisNexis, provides his insight.

by Lorraine Chapman
on 07/05/2016

Earlier this month, DJ Patil, U.S. Chief Data Scientist with the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, held a Q&A session on ProductHunt.com. We collected our favorite questions into a blog post, which you can read here. We thought it would be interesting to take key questions from the session and answer them. In this post, Becky Champion, Senior Consulting Software Engineer, LexisNexis responds to the questions.

In a second post in this series, Jesse Shaw, Senior Consulting Software Engineer, also at LexisNexis, provides his insight.

by Lorraine Chapman
on 07/05/2016

HPCC Systems 6.0.x is a major release containing a number of wide ranging new features and enhancements, some of which are changes to the underlying architecture of the system. Our early adopters have been helping us to locate issues which tend to only surface with wider use. If you're one of those users, we thank you for your feedback and are pleased to announce that the 6.0.2 release is now available on our website. For a full list of changes between 6.0.0. and 6.0.2, see the changelogs provided. 

This is the first of 2 blogs outlining the feature highlights of the HPCC Systems® 6.0.x release. You can find the second blog here and more information about the multicore capabilities of HPCC Systems 6.0.x series here.

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