NetApp Boosts Performance, Lowers Cost of Data Analytics Applications

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A new press release out of the company states, “NetApp today introduced a new version of the NetApp SANtricity® storage software. NetApp also introduced the new NetApp E2800, an entry-level all-flash array for midsize businesses and remote offices that need a simple and cost-effective solution to support data analytics applications. In addition, in collaboration with Zaloni, the data lake company, NetApp announced an innovative hybrid approach to data lifecycle management for the data lake. Midsize businesses and remote offices are challenged with having limited IT staff and budgets to support critical applications, including data analytics technologies like Splunk®solutions or technologies like Hadoop and NoSQL, which give these organizations the visibility and performance they need to extract value from their data quickly.”

The release continues, “Data lakes have emerged as a powerful architectural approach for managing the growing variety and volume of data. This is especially the case as companies turn to mobile cloud-based applications and the Internet of Things as right-time delivery mediums for big data. The ability to manage the lifecycle of data in the lake, based on age and relevancy, makes the difference between an efficient and a useful repository of valuable data assets and a costly one. With this new approach from NetApp and Zaloni, NetApp E-Series and NetApp StorageGRID® Webscale storage options enable organizations to define logical data lakes on and off the premises or a combination of both. Zaloni’s Bedrock Data Lake Management Platform provides end-to-end management and governance of data in the data lake.”

Read more at Marketwired.

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