Actian Avalanche Pioneers Next-Generation Cloud Data Warehouse

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According to a recent press release, “Actian, the hybrid data management, analytics and integration company, today announced the Actian Avalanche™ cloud data warehouse, a fully managed service solution available on the AWS cloud platform. This innovative, third-generation, cloud data warehouse delivers breakthrough levels of speed, flexibility and economics designed to make it easier for companies to deploy and scale data analytics services in the cloud while saving millions over traditional data warehouse solutions.”

The release continues, “As enterprises continue along their digital transformation journey, it’s imperative that they derive more value from their diverse, hybrid data to improve profitability and remain competitive in their industries. However, traditional data analytics solutions have substantial limitations when it comes to complexity, cost and performance. Similarly, first-generation cloud solutions have also experienced challenges in areas of concurrency, performance at scale and resource optimization. Many organizations, while embracing the cloud, still critically need to address their hybrid data legacy on-premise as well as compliance requirements.”

Jim Curtis, Senior Analyst for the Data Platforms and Analytics Channel at 451 Research, commented, “Enterprises are being driven to get more value out of their data by enabling faster, more actionable insights that drive better business outcomes. This trend is fueling a market need for a new generation of operational data warehouses that are simple to use and deliver real-time insights at scale, without the traditional data lake performance penalties… Actian has recognized this need by concentrating on price/performance benefits with its next generation of cloud data warehouse and on-premise analytics offerings.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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