May 10, 2013 07:45 ET

HP Vertica Announces First Annual Worldwide User Conference

Early Bird Registration Now Open

PALO ALTO, CA--(Marketwired - May 10, 2013) - HP (NYSE: HPQ)

Businesses and governments are looking for ways to extract the value from Big Data -- the growing volume, variety and velocity of information -- to gain business insights that speed decision making and improve overall agility.

To help organizations better monetize Big Data, HP is launching the first annual HP Vertica Worldwide User Conference. The conference will gather customers, business partners and technical experts to share insights from Big Data analytics projects, and explore topics on integration and industry standards.

Building the HP Vertica Big Data Ecosystem
The HP Vertica Worldwide User Conference will feature a Solutions Showcase with more than 40 complementary technologies, presentations from HP Vertica business partners, and related HP products and services.

Attendees also will have the opportunity to see new HP offerings and third-party ecosystem solutions that leverage and extend the HP Vertica Analytics Platform.

In addition, the event will feature an Ecosystem track featuring customers and partners who are leveraging, extending and incorporating the industry-leading capabilities of the HP Vertica Analytics Platform.

HP Vertica customers and partners

August 5-7, 2013

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Register for the HP Vertica Worldwide User Conference at

HP Vertica is offering an Early Bird conference registration rate of $395 per attendee through June 28. Beginning June 29, registration will be $595 per attendee.

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