Pivotal Greenplum® 6.11 Documentation
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This documentation describes how to install, configure, and use Pivotal Greenplum, and provides links to related products that work with Greenplum Database.
Pivotal Greenplum is a massively parallel processing (MPP) database server that supports next generation data warehousing and large-scale analytics processing. By automatically partitioning data and running parallel queries, it allows a cluster of servers to operate as a single database supercomputer performing tens or hundreds times faster than a traditional database. It supports SQL, MapReduce parallel processing, and data volumes ranging from hundreds of gigabytes, to hundreds of terabytes.
Pivotal Greenplum server installation, configuration, administration, and maintenance information:
- Release Notes
- Installation Guide
- Administrator Guide
- Security Configuration Guide
- Best Practices Guide
- Utility Guide
- Reference Guide
- Platform Extension Framework (PXF)
UNIX-based client, load, and connectivity tools information for Pivotal Greenplum:
Related Pivotal Greenplum documentation and utilities:
- Virtual Memory Calculator (for resource queue-based workload management)
- gpmt Utility (diagnostic, troubleshooting, and information collection tool)