Arcadia Data Integrates with MapR Platform to Deliver High-Definition Data Analytics

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by Angela Guess

According to a new press release, “Arcadia Data, provider of visual analytics software that solves the most complex big data problems, today announced two technology certifications with MapR Technologies, the provider of the first and only converged data platform, and Apache Drill, an open source, low-latency query engine for big data that delivers secure and interactive SQL analytics at scale. The integrations offer joint users converged data applications, which bring the best of fast, interactive visual analytics with the mission-critical reliability and scale of the MapR Converged Data Platform.”

The release goes on, “Traditional data architectures are no longer effective in today’s big data climate where organizations need to be more nimble to unlock value from their data quickly — regardless of the complexity or scale — by providing easy access and analysis for more users internally, as well as providing data services to customers and partners. When implementing a reliable data platform like MapR, working with a modern visual analytics partner is essential to achieve real-time insights from streaming, interactive, and transactional capabilities, rather than settling for legacy analytic and business intelligence (BI) tools where latency and unnecessary workarounds are prominent. Arcadia Enterprise offers agility and ease of use, so users within a business have powerful self-service visual analytics, regardless of level of experience with data analytics. Arcadia on MapR provides a catalyst for digital transformation in organizations by enabling data-centric applications in areas such as information security, customer intelligence, financial trade surveillance, and the Internet of Things (IoT).”

Read more at Marketwired.

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