MapR Awarded Additional Patent for Converged Data Platform

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by Angela Guess

A recent press release reports, “MapR Technologies, Inc., the provider of the first and only converged data platform, today announced that it has been granted a patent (US9,501,483) from the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The awarded patent demonstrates the company’s technology advancements in architecting a modern data platform that reliably runs mission-critical applications. This patent, in particular, covers the key technology underpinning components of the MapR Converged Data Platform including the multi-modal NoSQL database (MapR-DB) and global streaming engine (MapR Streams).”

Matt Mills, CEO of MapR Technologies, commented, “Strengthening our growing IP portfolio, this patent reinforces our commitment to allowing our customers to uniquely run both operational and analytical processing on a single platform… Unlike Apache Hadoop or alternative big data technologies, the patented Converged Data Platform provides a unified and fast access layer to any type of data. We enable companies to take advantage of next generation applications, creating innovation and advancing their business through digital transformation.”

The release adds, “The key components of the patent claims include protection for file, table and stream processing for the following technology advances: Convergence – Fundamental integration of tables, files and streams into converged data platform. Fast processing with low latency – Ability to open tables without having to replay a log. High availability and Strong consistency – Provides continuous access and fast recovery while ensuring strong consistency. Security – Keeps secure snapshots and mirrors of all kinds of persistent data such as files, tables and streams. This can help avoid data loss even in extreme cases such as ransomware.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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