In the first part of this series (Part 1 of 3) we installed and configured CentOS on a virtual machine. This laid the foundation and made ready an environment that will now be used to install Pivotal Greenplum Community Edition. This edition allows for any use on a single node per Pivotal’s license model. Also, as part of this tutorial I will be demonstrating how to install MADlib (open-source) libraries into Greenplum. MADlib provides a rich set of libraries for advanced in-database data analysis and mining which can be called via regular SQL. The installation of Greenplum and MADlib will facilitate some of the data science excercises I will be demonstrating in the near future.