The VMware Tanzu Greenplum Platform Extension Framework provides parallel, high throughput data access and federated queries across heterogeneous data sources via built-in connectors that map a Greenplum Database external table definition to an external data source. The framework has its roots in the Apache HAWQ project.
This topic introduces VMware Tanzu Greenplum Platform Extension Framework concepts and usage.
This set of topics details the administration of PXF including configuration and management procedures.
This set of topics describe the PXF Hadoop connectors, the data types they support, and the profiles that you can use to read from and write to HDFS.
Accessing Azure, Google Cloud Storage, MinIO, and S3 Object Stores
This set of topics describe the PXF object storage connectors, the data types they support, and the profiles that you can use to read data from and write data to the object stores.
Accessing an SQL Database (JDBC)
This topic describes how to use the PXF JDBC connector to read from and write to an external SQL database such as Postgres or MySQL.
Accessing Files on a Network File System
This topic describes how to use PXF to access files on a network file system that is mounted on your Greenplum Database hosts.
This topic details the service- and database- level logging configuration procedures for PXF. It also identifies some common errors and describes how to address memory issues.
The PXF utility reference.