The introductory classes are now available online and free for anyone wanting to learn the basics of the ECL programming language and the HPCC Systems platform. Sign up at learn.lexisnexis.com/hpcc to get started. View brochure for more information.
Chinese translation versions (中国翻译版本) of the introductory classes are also available.
An introduction to the HPCC platform architecture. Learn about the various components and how they interact.
Please view this introduction video for a quick overview of the HPCC Systems platform including: Thor, the data refinery engine, ROXIE, the data delivery engine and the Enterprise Control Language
This video covers the three main components of HPCC Systems: the programming language (ECL), the Data Refinery engine (Thor) and the Data Delivery engine (ROXIE).
This video covers the system servers which act as a gateway between the HPCC Systems cluster and the outside world. The system servers are referred to collectively as the middleware.
This video covers Enterprise Services Platform and the client interfaces. The ESP Server (Enterprise Services Platform) is the inter-component communications server.
LexisNexis Risk Solutions Chief Trainer gives an overview of HPCC Systems, ECL and the basic concepts and syntax.
An introduction to the Enterprise Control Language (ECL), which is the programming language of HPCC Systems. Topics covered include ECL IDE, ECL Syntax, basic functions and more.
This is the first video in the basic ECL video series.
This is the second video in the basic ECL video series. This video includes a more detailed look at ECL definitions, functions and scoping .
This is the third video in the basic ECL video series. This third video covers operators and data types and any other items where ECL differs from other programming languages.
This is the fourth video in the basic ECL video series. This fourth video covers datasets and indexes. In ECL, these are separate physical file types.
This is the fifth video in the basic ECL video series. This fifth video covers the most commonly used built-in functions of ECL, the programming language of HPCC Systems.
This is the sixth and final video in the basic ECL video series. This final video covers the most commonly used transform functions.
Develop your first program using this tutorial. The tutorial introduces you to attribute creation, basic searching and running your first program
Develop your first program using this video. The video introduces you to definition creation, basic searching and running your first workunit.
Joins and Sorts are two powerful functions. The tutorial shows you how they work.
This video is the first in a series of basic joins and sorts in ECL, the programming language of HPCC Systems. This video covers common joins such as the inner join.
The video is second is a series on basic functions in ECL. This video covers the how the functions joins and transformations work in ECL, the programming language of HPCC Systems.
This video demonstrates the table function in ECL and its use for aggregated analysis using an ice cream data set with two columns: flavor and cost.
This tutorial explains how to use ECL IDE and how to get the best out of the features.
This video covers ECL IDE, the Enterprise Control Language Integrated Development Enviroment, which is a full featured Graphical User Interface (GUI) for ECL development providing access to the ECL
This is the first video in a series that demonstrates how to install and run HPCC Systems on a single node and then expand to a larger cluster of nodes on Linux.
This is the second video in a series that demonstrates how to install and run HPCC Systems on a single node and then expand to a larger cluster of nodes on Ubuntu.
This is the third video in a series that demonstrates how to install and run HPCC Systems on a virtual machine. Please note the following is required:
HPCC Systems has built-in support for node redundancy. This tutorial introduces you to the redundancy architecture and system monitoring to perform a system health check.
HPCC Systems 6.0 introduces the new pluggable security manager framework, which enables software developers to create their own pluggable HPCC Systems Security Managers.