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Precog NoSQL Solution Now Available

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preby Angela Guess

According to a new article out of the company, “Precog, the leading vendor for NoSQL analytics, today announced the general availability of its analytics platform for non-relational data. The announcement comes approximately 6 months after Precog launched its public beta. With the GA release, Precog has formalized pricing for its cloud offering, which starts at $500 on the low-end (for storing and analyzing up to 10GB on SSDs), and reaches $5000 on the high-end (for up to 500 GB). In addition, the company has launched two new deployment options, including a virtual appliance and a hardware appliance, both designed with the needs of Enterprise customers, and which range in price from $5000 to $60000.”

The article continues, “According to company founder and CEO John A. De Goes, more than 1,300 companies have signed up for beta accounts since October. De Goes states, ‘Our rapid growth is fueled by the explosion of non-relational data. To use legacy analytics solutions on NoSQL data, you have to first make the data relational through costly, time-consuming, fragile transformation processes. Companies are fed up with this incessant pounding of a square peg into a round hole.’ Continued De Goes, ‘Even when you normalize your non-relational data, you can’t do much with something like a tweet inside a relational database except count it. Companies are moving beyond sums and counts. They want to ask deeper questions across all of their data, whether it’s well-structured tabular data, or messy unstructured data’.”

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