Syncsort has announced that its industry-leading Big Data integration solution, DMX-h, is now integrated with Cloudera Director, enabling organizations to easily deploy DMX-h along with Cloudera Enterprise on Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure or Google Cloud. By deploying DMX-h with CDH, organizations can quickly pull data into new, ready-to-work clusters in the cloud – vastly accelerating how quickly they can take advantage of cloud benefits, including cost savings and Data-as-a-Service (DaaS) delivery.
“As organizations liberate data from across the enterprise and deliver it into the cloud, they are looking for a self-service, elastic experience that's easy to deploy and manage. This is a requirement for a variety of use cases – from data archiving to analytics that combine data originating in the cloud with on-premise reference data,” said Tendü Yoğurtçu, General Manager of Syncsort’s Big Data business. “By integrating DMX-h with Cloudera Director, DMX-h is instantly available and ready to put enterprise data to work in newly activated cloud clusters. Syncsort DMX-h pulls enterprise data into Hadoop in the cloud and prepares that data for business workloads using native Hadoop frameworks, Apache Spark or MapReduce, enabling IT to achieve time-to-value goals and quickly deliver business insights.”
Key Benefits of DMX-h integration with Cloudera Director:
- Get the best insights by using ALL enterprise data. Syncsort DMX-h rapidly fills Hadoop nodes created by Cloudera Director with enterprise data from data warehouses, data marts, files and even difficult to reach sources like mainframe, leaving nothing out of business analyses.
- Accelerate time-to-value by making high-performance data integration on MapReduce or Spark instantly available as soon as Hadoop nodes are created with Cloudera Director.
- Optimize cloud infrastructure costs by automatically creating and terminating Hadoop nodes and the associated CDH and DMX-h software as needed so the resources match fluctuating business workloads, and businesses pay only for the compute resources they actually need.
“Syncsort continues to be an innovative partner, adding timely value to open source projects to help customers take advantage of next generation technologies,” said Tom Pinckney, Head of Business Development, Cloudera. “Integrating their Big Data technology with our advanced analytics, machine learning and cloud technology allows them to empower our joint customers to take full advantage of our enterprise-class, self-service, elastic experience for Apache Hadoop in the cloud that allows them to run production-ready clusters across leading cloud platforms – paying only for what they use.”
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