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Trifacta Expands Data Wrangling on the Cloud with Additional Support of Amazon Web Services

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Trifacta, a global leader in data wrangling, today announced expanded support for Amazon Web Services (AWS) and the availability of Wrangler Edge and Wrangler Enterprise on AWS Marketplace, allowing organizations to deploy Trifacta in less than an hour. Trifacta has also earned AWS Machine Learning (ML) Competency status. This achievement recognizes that Trifacta has demonstrated success in helping customers deploy their ML workloads on AWS.”

The release goes on, “A growing number of organizations are transitioning their data management workloads to the cloud for greater flexibility and improved efficiency. Wrangler Edge and Wrangler Enterprise provide an intuitive, efficient way for teams and organizations to wrangle data across AWS services, including Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) and Amazon Redshift for ML and visualization in applications including Amazon QuickSight.”

It adds, “Wrangler Edge enables teams and departments to quickly start wrangling data on the cloud. With pricing available either per-hour or as an annual subscription and one-click deployment on the AWS Marketplace, users can be up and running on Wrangler Edge in under an hour. Wrangler Enterprise supports large-scale data wrangling initiatives that require more powerful computing such as the parallel processing power of Amazon EMR. Wrangler Enterprise on AWS provides support for customers wanting to wrangle raw data stored in Amazon S3 for downstream analysis in Amazon Redshift.”

Read more at Marketwired.

Photo credit: Trifacta

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