Greenplum is a big data technology based on MPP architecture and the Postgres open source database technology. The technology was created by a company of the same name headquartered in San Mateo, California around 2005. Greenplum was acquired by EMC Corporation in July 2010.
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High-level overview of the Greenplum Database system architecture. Greenplum Database stores and processes large amounts of data by distributing the load across several servers or hosts. A logical database in Greenplum is an array of individual PostgreSQL databases working together to present a single database image.
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Apache MADlib is an open source distributed database-based machine learning algorithm library that supports Greenplum Database, PostgreSQL, Apache HAWQ. Using Apache MADlib can perform database native data analysis, machine learning modeling and other functions.
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These Greenplum Database configuration and maintenance tasks, described below, must be performed by a Greenplum user with administrative (SUPERUSER) privileges unless otherwise noted. Configuring Greenplum Database Client Host Access. You must explicitly configure Greenplum Database to permit access from all Spark nodes and stand-alone clients.
Temp tables in Greenplum use shared buffers (and not local buffers as upstream PostgreSQL). It's designed this way in Greenplum because Greenplum can create many processes for a session (called slices) to execute the query.
DISTRIBUTE BY notices in Greenplum. > select a.c1, b.c2 into temp_table from db.A as a inner join db.B as b > on a.x = b.x limit 10; NOTICE: Table doesn't have 'DISTRIBUTED BY' clause -- Using column (s) named 'c1' as the Greenplum Database data distribution key for this table.
Greenplum Database is a massively parallel processing (MPP) database server based on PostgreSQL open-source technology. MPP (also known as a shared nothing architecture) refers to systems with two or more processors which cooperate to carry out an operation - each processor with its own memory, operating system and disks.