In this report 451 Research explores the recent investments Pivotal has made in Greenplum as the company continues to execute on its cloud strategy. Though this latest release of Greenplum is a dot-release, it includes important updates include stronger container support, deeper integration with Apache Spark, and new backup and restore functionality.
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