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Denodo Accelerates Cloud Adoption Through Complimentary AWS Subscription

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by Angela Guess

A new press release reports, “Denodo, the leader in data virtualization, today announced the availability of a new 30-day free trial subscription for Denodo Platform in the Cloud. Available on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace, Denodo’s AWS offering provides enterprises with the flexibility to scale vertically by increasing or reducing the infrastructure for their virtual machines from an AWS console. This solution enables organizations to scale horizontally by subscribing to multiple instances, and deploy a cluster with a load balancer using standard AWS tools. Denodo Platform in the Cloud can also be deployed on Azure, Heroku, Google Cloud and other cloud platforms. Cloud computing will continue to grow in importance, as organizations seek to leverage the agility and flexibility that the cloud provides. However, in the foreseeable future, many organizations will run a hybrid information architecture based on a mix of on-premises and cloud-based data sources.”

David Menninger, Senior Vice President and Research Director at Ventana Research, commented, “Our Data and Analytics in the Cloud Research shows enterprises are benefiting from decreased cost and shortened time-to-market by moving analytic workloads to the cloud… However, many enterprise systems still reside on-premises, creating the need for hybrid platforms. Nearly half of the participants (47 percent) integrate cloud and on-premises data and even more expect to do so in the future. Denodo helps simplify the movement to the cloud by providing seamless access to both on-premises and cloud sources.”

Read more at Denodo.com.

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