News : Syncsort and Impetus Technologies Partnership Helps Customers
Woodcliff Lake, NJ and Los Gatos, CA., April 1, 2015 -- Syncsort, a global provider in Big Data software, and Impetus Technologies, a provider in Big Data solutions and services, announces a technology partnership providing an integrated solution for building real-time, streaming analytics applications integrated with Apache Kafka, RabbitMQ and other message brokers on Hadoop.
"Partnerships make it easier for Big Data practitioners to adopt and integrate the latest Hadoop-based technologies," said Jeff Kelly, principal research contributor, the Wikibon Project. "The integrated solution from Syncsort and Impetus will be a significant contribution to the Apache Hadoop ecosystem, facilitating real-time analytics."
By removing obstacles to building streaming analytics applications on Hadoop, this new joint offering will close the gap between batch and real-time workloads. Customers will be able to move data at scale in real-time across the enterprise to keep business systems in sync and speed-up slow batch processes with streaming ETL.
In addition to the new, integrated technology, joint customers will have access to experienced professional services staff to accelerate their real-time streaming initiatives.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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About Syncsort Incorporated:
Syncsort is a global software company that helps the world’s most successful organizations rethink the economics of data. Syncsort provides record-setting data performance and rapid time to value through easy to use data integration and data protection solutions. With over 15,000 deployments, Syncsort has transformed decision making and delivered more profitable results to thousands of customers worldwide.
About Impetus Technologies:
Impetus Technologies is a privately-held technology software solutions and services company focused on offering Big Data Solutions for Fortune 1000 enterprises across multiple verticals.
Published: Thursday, April 2, 2015