Impetus Launches a Cloud-based Version for Self-service ETL and ML

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A new press release states, “Impetus Technologies Inc., a leading software products and services company, announced the launch of its new cloud-based version of StreamAnalytix on AWS Marketplace. StreamAnalytix Cloud will also be available on other leading cloud marketplaces like Azure and Google Cloud very soon. Leveraging an interactive data-first approach, the tool provides an intuitive drag-and-drop interface to build ETL flows on the cloud, effortlessly. Users can ingest data from multiple on-premise and cloud sources, enrich this data, and swiftly build applications for a wide range of analytics use cases.”

The release continues, “StreamAnalytix Cloud offers a host of power-packed features, including: (1) A visual canvas to create ETL flows with minimal coding. (2) 150+ drag-and-drop Apache Spark connectors and operators. (3) Cloud-native execution engines for optimal execution of workloads. (4) Auto-scaling to manage costs and execution efficiency for changing loads. (5) Integration with machine learning and analytics to add advanced enrichment and decision pointers to data. (6) Support for leading cloud providers, Spark platforms and cloud data warehouses.”

Punit Shah, Director for StreamAnalytix at Impetus Technologies, noted, “We are focused on helping enterprises harness the limitless power of the cloud to build, test, and run ETL and machine learning applications faster – across industries and use cases… As a next-generation ETL tool in the cloud, StreamAnalytix Cloud accelerates Spark application development, and empowers users with unmatched scalability and extensibility to meet their strategic business needs.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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