Paxata Debuts Spring ’15 Release of Adaptive Data Preparation

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paxby Angela Guess

According to a new article out of the company, “Paxata, the first Adaptive Data Preparation™ application and platform built from the ground up to help business analysts, data scientists, developers, data curators, and IT teams automate, collaborate and dynamically govern the data integration, data quality and enrichment process in a self-service fashion, today announced the availability of its Spring ’15 release at Strata + Hadoop World. The new release delivers innovations around the Pillars of a Modern Data Prep Platform: performance, elasticity, efficiency, connectivity and scalability.”

The article goes on, “The architecture is the first in the industry to deliver interactive performance on data preparation tasks at massive volumes. Elasticity is achieved in a utility-based model, as the system dynamically scales costs and capacity up or down as workloads and users increase or decrease. The platform delivers efficiency as massive data prep projects are performed with no coding, sampling or pre-defined models required. This release builds on existing connectivity options, providing seamless access to machine and interaction data stored in Hadoop clusters and relational databases. The new release focuses on scalability through automation of data prep tasks, project repeatability and data extraction with a new REST API toolkit.”

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