Arcadia Data Brings the Power of Search-Based BI and Analytics to Apache Hadoop

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According to a new press release, “Arcadia Data, provider of the first visual analytics software native to Apache Hadoop® and the cloud, today announced new search-based BI and analytics available in an upcoming release of its flagship product, Arcadia Enterprise. Now, business users can easily query more of their data with a simple, Google-like search interface and receive instant visual answers that give them insight. Arcadia Data continues to trailblaze by delivering innovations that further the success of end-user consumerization of big data for organizations.”

The release continues, “Quick and easy search-based access to data directly affects real-time decision making. Arcadia Data believes in providing access to more information so that organizations can easily increase the value they receive from their data. Current BI and analytics tools require users to guess in advance when determining which dataset to query, and then requires users to explicitly pick fields to analyze. Arcadia Data now allows users to simply type in natural-language questions and get answers back, breaking the mold of this legacy-minded approach and encouraging users to embrace modern BI and reap the benefits of its speed and agility.”

It goes on, “The new functionality makes deriving value from organizational data easy. Questions like, “what are sales by state in 2018 compared to 2017” and “show me the trend in storage device failure rates” are answered with visualizations based on any size data set. With no learning curve, organizations won’t have to worry about mismatches between legacy BI tools and modern data platforms. Instead, users can now select a BI tool that allows them to leverage modern data architectures.”

Read more at PR Web.

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