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Ayasdi is working with Cloudera

Ayasdi is working with Cloudera

Data analysis specialist Ayasdi said Monday it has been tested and validated to work with Cloudera Enterprise 5, Cloudera’s platform for big data built on Apache Hadoop.

From a technical perspective, Ayasdi uses CDH 5’s Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) for managing large amounts of customer data and uses HBase for storing some of its operational metadata that is randomly accessed and frequently updated.

“Most large global organisations require that their real-time data streams are always available because shortening the ‘time to insight’ from massive amounts of data is what sparks ideas that drive innovation in today’s fast-paced competitive environment,” said Shane Paladin, vice president of worldwide sales at Ayasdi.

Tim Stevens, VP, business and corporate development, said: “Ayasdi’s customers can now leverage Cloudera Enterprise to build an enterprise data hub — one place that provides robust security, comprehensive data management, corporate governance, and open support — to uncover the hidden insights in their data, without formulating queries or models.”

Founded in 2008 after a decade of research at Stanford, DARPA, and NSF, Ayasdi is pioneering an approach for enterprises to automatically discover and operationalise insights from their data.