If you are a PC user and want to run the HPCC Systems Platform, the simplest and most natural environment may be to use a Hyper-V Virtual Machine. Hyper-V is standard on many versions of Windows, and tends to work better than most add-on virtualization systems. It also has good support for multiple CPUs, and is quite reliable and performant.
How do you manage costs when running Big Data on the cloud? The latest new features and enhancements in ECL Watch delivers tools to help understand and control those costs. This blogs focuses on the tools provided with clear direction on protecting yourself from accruing unwanted costs when running Big Data on the Cloud.
We know our big data analytics solution makes it easy for users to get up and running fast. While we demonstrate this through our training courses, documentation, tutorials and blog, what can be better than hearing it from a user who wants to share their experience and tips to the rest of our open source community. In this blog, Akhilesh Badhri talks about his HPCC Systems and ECL adoption journey.
Processing data on the cloud using Virtual Machines can be expensive. Luckily, Roshan Bhandari has been researching how to save a considerable amount of money by running your VM using Azure Spot instances. Knowing the right times of day and types of data to best utilize this resource can be instrumental in cost savings. Read on to find out more.
In today’s world, security in our schools is critical for a healthy learning environment. The need for that security has inspired a High School student to design a facial recognition interface using HPCC Systems GNN bundle, to identify these potential threats by utilizing the camera built into the school’s security robot. Please read on to find out how she did it.
In this step by step tutorial style blog, Godson Fortil demonstrates how to deploy the HPCC Systems Cloud Native Platform into Azure using Terraform and additional modules from the LexisNexis Risk Solutions Terraform open-source registry. No previous knowledge of Terraform, Kubernetes or Azure is required.
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.
Our 2021 Poster Contest was the largest ever with 18 submissions and the whole contest was run virtually. Meet the judges and poster presenters, view the poster resources and find out who won the four Best Poster Awards and Community Choice Award. Winners were announced at the end of the day of our 2021 Virtual Community Day Summit.
Nikita Jha is a high school student, who joined the 2021 HPCC Systems Intern Program to complete a project focusing on applying docker image build and Kubernetes security principles to our new Cloud Native platform. This tutorial style blog covers the importance of certificate management and provides instructions for setting up and configuring a Hashicorp Vault.
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.