Arcadia Data Launches Real-Time, Modern BI Platform

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arcby Angela Guess

A recent press release reports, “Arcadia Data, provider of the industry’s first real-time modern business intelligence (BI) platform for big data, today announced the general availability of Arcadia Enterprise 3.3, which boasts major enhancements to the company’s Hadoop and data-native converged visual analysis, data discovery and business intelligence platform. The new features — including Arcadia Smart Acceleration™, advanced segmentation and cohort analytics, analytic extensions, and mobile and tablet support — unify real-time insights from streaming data with historical data discovery in a single view and enhances productivity for business analysts seeking to apply meaningful insights from data at scale.”

The press release goes on, “Arcadia Enterprise 3.3 facilitates real-time insights for applications in the IoT age, such as the connected car, manufacturing quality, cyber security, and data center monitoring. By 2020, Gartner predicts that more than half of major new business processes and systems will incorporate some element of the IoT. Analytics are essential to the success of IoT systems. They are arguably the main point of the IoT as they support the decision-making process in operations that are created in business transformation and digital business programs. By enabling access to next-gen data sources like Apache HBase, Apache Kudu, and now Apache Solr in the 3.3 release, Arcadia provides streaming data visualizations side by side with historical reports in integrated data applications. As a result, users can switch seamlessly between real-time and ad-hoc data discovery and reporting. Additionally, new cloud-native connections for Amazon S3 allow users to easily access and analyze data in AWS, in addition to existing support for Redshift.”

Read more at Marketwired.

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