The best way to learn it is to try it!
There are two options to get you started with Kinetica
Available as a Docker container, Kinetica Developer Edition can be run on a personal computer. It allows you to experience most of the features of Kinetica, but doesn't include some of the enterprise features such as GPU capabilities, distributed data, or HA. Developer Edition is managed with GAdmin, the legacy interface for Kinetica.
Get Started in the Cloud
Currently available on Azure. Kinetica Managed Service runs in the cloud and is a fully featured version of Kinetica. Manage and work with data through the new Kinetica Workbench interface. Licenses for data sets up to 256GB of data are free, and you can upgrade easily when ready. Vendor infrastructure prices still apply.
These easy guides and courses will help you orient yourself with many of the key capabilities of Kinetica
Your first step to get up and running with Kinetica. Install, start, import data and run some queries.
SQL and Kinetica
Learn how to interact with Kinetica through SQL. Create tables, run queries, and explore some of the most used SQL capabilities.
Discover some of the 130 Geospatial functions, and learn how to visualize geospatial data at scale.
Try out the Kinetica Graph API to model relational data as graphs, query relationships, solve network problems and match patterns.
Build realtime data pipelines and analytical workflows using fully reproducible sample code.
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