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Hortonworks Introduces Operational Services to Simplify and Accelerate Data-Driven Insights

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by Angela Guess

A recent press release reports, “Hortonworks, Inc.®, a leading provider of global data management solutions, today introduced Hortonworks Operational Services to help customers manage big data deployments and more quickly maximize the value of their data. The subscription-based service provides a fully managed environment for customers of Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) and Hortonworks DataFlow (HDF) and ongoing access to dedicated Hortonworks support teams with deep experience building and managing modern data platforms.”

Scott Gnau, chief technology officer at Hortonworks, commented, “At its heart, Hortonworks Operational Services is designed to reduce complexity when building, deploying and managing big data, whether it is on-prem or in the cloud… Hortonworks has extensive experience running the entire Apache Hadoop stack in production, at scale, on the most demanding workloads. With a proven track record of supporting our big data platforms at leading companies and on multiple tiers, we are in a unique position to efficiently manage the operations of customer environments at high performance.”

The release continues, “Industry analysts recognize the challenges many organizations face as they endeavor to gain insights and drive growth through the power of their data. A managed data service can provide valuable support both in the initial creation and the ongoing management and maintenance of a modern data platform.”

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