WANdisco and Enable Data Join Forces to Migrate Hadoop Analytical Workloads to Databricks

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A recent press release reports, “WANdisco, the LiveData company, and Enable Data, a leading provider of advanced data, application and cloud engineering services, announced a partnership to accelerate the migration of data and analytics workloads to Microsoft Azure Cloud. The integration between Azure Databricks, WANdisco and Enable Data provides a proven, scalable solution that offers non-blocking and continuous data migration. It offers an automatic transition from Hadoop Distributed File System to Azure Data Lake Storage while enabling a hybrid cloud architecture to migrate petabyte-scale data without disrupting analytics applications. Working with Fortune 500 companies, Enable Data has collaborated with Databricks for nearly four years and is a Microsoft Certified Partner with more than 20 years’ experience successfully working with data lakes, cloud migrations, distributed processing engines and data science platforms.”

Enable Data founder Chris Mische noted, “I’m excited by the partnership between Azure, Databricks, WANdisco and Enable Data, which will enable customers to accelerate their adoption of cloud services and remove risk in moving production Hadoop environments to the cloud… The partnership puts customers in a position to scale their data platforms by incorporating additional data sets and to support business use cases.”

The release adds, “The migration of complex and vitally important big data to the Azure Cloud is critical to maximize modern data and AI services for organizations seeking digital transformation. Data and analytics fuel business decision making and continues to mature as more data is generated, and analytics advance into prescriptive and learning algorithms. Data must be accessible on the cloud or within a hybrid architecture, however, to maximize these services.”

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