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Andreas Scherbaum
Andreas Scherbaum Pivotal
10:30 17 March
22 мин

Introduction to Greenplum MPP Database

Overview of the architecture of Greenplum MPP (Massively Parallel Processing) database. Explain the internals of GPDB. Show how to configure and setup GPDB. How to distribute data effectively for MPP

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