Tackling big data problems isn’t easy.
Even with a high performance computing cluster, you still need to develop the knowledge and skills to put that technology to its best use.
We’ve got you covered, with documentation and training to support you from initial installation all the way to power user.
View all documentation here or select a category below to learn more.
Cloud Native Containerized Platform
Cloud Native Containerized Platform: Containerized HPCC Systems Platform, version 8.0+
Cloud Native Containerized Platform: Get Started Using the Cloud Native Platform WIKI
Cloud Native Containerized Platform: Helm Chart GitHub Repo
Bare Metal Platform
Bare Metal Platform: Installation and Administration
Bare Metal Platform: Running HPCC Systems in a Virtual Machine
Bare Metal Platform: HPCC Systems Instant Cloud for AWS
ECL Programming: Learning to use the platform
ECL Programming: Learning ECL
ECL Programming: ECL IDE and Client Tools
HPCC Systems Machine Learning Library
ECL Programming: Tutorials
Release Notes for all Versions
Release Notes – lists the known limitations and comprehensive list of changes between each version.
Please Note: Due to a vulnerability in the version 3.0 OpenSSL library prior to version 3.08, we recommend updating your Client Tools to a version using the newer library. If you are using a version of Client Tools from the 8.12.x series, you should upgrade to 8.12.26 or later. For the 9.0.x series, you should upgrade to 9.0.14 or later. This issue does not affect the 9.2.x series Client Tools. If you are using a version prior to 8.12.x, there is no reason to delay upgrading even if you are targeting an older system.
Supported Releases – learn more about which releases are still receiving development support. We always recommend keeping up to date with releases to take advantage of the latest resolved issues, enhancements, and new features.
Current Platform Version Information – learn more about how builds are tagged.
End of Support – view the list of tools that are deprecated as new versions are released.