Using an Analytics-as-a-Service solution, small business owners can easily deploy a Hadoop cluster in the cloud
Many small business owners believe that Big Data is not something they can use because of the required (big) investments and because of the need for a lot of data. While both might be true for large multinationals, this is not the case for small companies. Using an Analytics-as-a-Service solution, small business owners can easily deploy a Hadoop cluster in the cloud, integrate their customer data, combine it with external, social, data and gain valuable insights. Insights such as customer purchase behaviour, customer sentiment and effectiveness of marketing campaigns. These insights can then be used to change marketing activities and increase revenue.
Organizations now purchase cloud storage for production environments and big data use cases such as data warehousing
IT service providers and vendors find themselves retooling channel relationships amid the continued growth of cloud storage. Enterprises that initially adopted cloud storage for backup and disaster recovery have pushed beyond those activities. Organizations now purchase cloud storage for production environments and big data use cases such as data warehousing. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated cloud adoption, as many organizations tapped the cloud to launch digital businesses.
Gurucul Cloud-Native XDR is Vendor-Agnostic & Natively Built on a Big Data Architecture – Saryu Nayyar, CEO Gurucul
Gurucul Cloud-native XDR is vendor-agnostic and natively built on a Big Data architecture that can process, contextually link, analyze, detect, and risk score extended data sets on a massive scale. It uses contextual Machine Learning models and an advanced risk scoring engine to provide real-time threat detection and actionable risk-prioritized alerts that accelerate investigations, threat hunting and automate risk responses.
Cloud Data Lifecycle Security Startup Dasera announced it has Launched its Yellowstone Release for Cloud Data Warehouses and Data Lakes
Cloud Data Lifecycle Security startup Dasera announced today that it has launched its Yellowstone release for cloud data warehouses and data lakes. Taking inspiration from the first national park in the world, Dasera named its latest release Yellowstone. The release features new capabilities for automated visibility, federated governance and simplified protection. “We’re on a mission of helping build trust between consumers and companies by enabling safe use of sensitive data. Inside cloud environments, data has a dynamic lifecycle which includes changing data locations, complex data properties, data users with varying skills, and dynamic new ways to use data,” said Ani Chaudhuri, CEO & co-founder of Dasera. “The Yellowstone release will help security teams discover, manage & secure data using intelligent processes and efficient workflows.”