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Syncsort bets on Hadoop and mainframe

Specialist data management mainframe mounts a new workhorse with Hadoop and swallows Circle Computer Group, a British publisher to establish this new strategy.

70% strategic large enterprise data still reside on large mainframes. In the bank are even close to 80% of critical applications that use the same systems generating volumes of data outside the norm. To use them, companies have implemented data warehouses that are very expensive to maintain and operate.

Specialist data management mainframe mounts a new workhorse with Hadoop and swallows Circle Computer Group, a British publisher to establish this new strategy.

For Lonne Jaffe, CEO of Syncsort, so there is a tremendous opportunity for his company in the Big Data projects combining business and data from mainframes. This is the justification of the recent acquisition of Circle Computer Group, a British company, whose flagship product, DL / 2, allows migration without changing the format of data from IMS, the mainframe system administration, to DB2 for z / OS. These data are then made ​​available to Hadoop DMX-H, ETL developed specifically for Hadoop environments by Syncsort. The Circle Computer Group software provides similar functions for VSAM.

90% of the companies of Fortune 1000 use IMS for their data management, nearly 50 billion daily transactions and a volume of 14 Po in exploiting these data directly from the mainframe, companies are exempt heavy spending around data warehouse and expedite analysis in Hadoop cycles. Working directly on the mainframe environments, companies do not have to seek expertise on Hadoop to perform data preparation or aggregation queries.

Strategy Syncsort does not stop on Hadoop and Big Data. The company has signed a technology partnership with Cloudera going to the same effect and another with Tableau Software for the visualization of the data. 
 
Syncsort bets on Hadoop and mainframe  Syncsort bets on Hadoop and mainframe مراجعة من قبل Steven Raiss في 3:42 م تصنيف: 5