AtScale Brings Unprecedented Big Data Analytics Scale with 2020.1 Release

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A recent press release reports, “AtScale, the intelligent data virtualization provider for advanced analytics, today announced an unprecedented leap in multi-cloud and hybrid cloud analytics, data platform flexibility and time-to-analysis with the launch of its Adaptive Analytics 2020.1 platform release. Redefining traditional data virtualization and delivering upon the promise of cloud transformation, AtScale 2020.1 provides secure, self-service analysis while reducing compute costs by 10x, query performance improvements of more than 12.5x and enhanced user concurrency by 61x (Source: AtScale Cloud Data Warehouse Benchmark Report).”

The release goes on, “Delivering on the promise of a single enterprise view of all analytics data, AtScale’s enhanced autonomous data engineering alleviates the performance and scale challenges of traditional data federation, manual data engineering and reliance on query caches. Additional enhancements in AtScale 2020.1 include a virtual cube catalog for simplified management of data assets and granular policy control that integrates natively with existing enterprise data catalog offerings.”

Christopher Lynch, Executive Chairman and CEO of AtScale, commented, “AtScale 2020.1 is a major step toward achieving our long-term vision of delivering intelligent data virtualization to every enterprise… This release enables enterprises to alleviate the scale and performance limitations associated with their legacy analytics platforms and seamlessly embrace agile, hybrid cloud and multi-cloud data platforms, ensuring organizations have the ability to make informed decisions based upon all of their data.”  

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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