This week I have been at Exasol’s headquarters in Nuremberg, Germany, getting trained up on behalf of my company Atheon Analytics.
I spent two days, covering topics on Performance and Exasol’s Powerlytics (including scripting and UDFs in Python, R and Java).
It was great meeting the team behind the product, and they’re a great bunch! Danke to them for their hospitality, and showing me the city!
I’ve already made some performance based improvements to my code base, reducing execution time by a factor of 7! Great stuff!
Once I can document some examples, I’ll get some posts up about what I’m now looking out for in my Exasol queries to tune for performance.