Concurrent, Inc. Leads the Market for Data-Driven Enterprise Application Development

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concby Angela Guess

According to a recent article out of the company, “Concurrent, Inc., the enterprise data application platform company, today announced product and corporate momentum securing the company’s leadership in enterprise application development. The company recently announced strategic industry partnerships with Hortonworks and Databricks, as well as new product innovation with the introduction of Driven, the industry’s first application performance management product for data-centric applications. Today Concurrent also introduced the next version of Cascading, the most widely used application development framework for building data applications on technologies like Apache Hadoop.”

The article continues, “Enterprises have always been operationalizing their data. But as business needs continue to change and new technologies – such as Apache Hadoop and now Apache Tez – emerge, organizations need a reliable way to quickly build and consistently deliver these data products. This requires leveraging existing skill sets, while meeting new requirements (i.e. latency, scale, service level agreements) supported by these emerging technologies. With more than 150,000 user downloads a month, Cascading is the de facto standard in open source application infrastructure technology. Supported by key strategic partnerships with Hortonworks and Databricks, and broad support with all major Hadoop distributions, Cascading is the enterprise development framework of choice for data-centric applications. Cascading accelerates and simplifies enterprise application development, and meets a variety of enterprise use cases, from simple to complex.”

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photo credit: Concurrent

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