data lake

data lake

A large storage repository that holds data in their original format prior to being parsed and analyzed. The term is often associated with Hadoop, which was designed to hold huge amounts of data. See Hadoop.
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0, a disruptive data lake management platform that solves the top challenges of enterprise data management.
We work constantly to see how we can get pieces of die data into one repository--a data lake.
Certified with the Teradata Universal Data Architecture (UDA) platform, Attunity software enables quick and easy-to-use optimized solutions for loading data across the Teradata Database, Teradata Aster, Teradata Cloud for analytics, Teradata Appliance for Hadoop, and Think Big Data Lake and Analytic Solutions for Hadoop.
The Full Metal Data Lake is the first commercially available data lake as a service offering in the market, recently announced by big data focused cloud provider Bigstep.
EMC's top regional official said the new solution enables organisations to deploy a fully engineered enterprise-grade data lake in as little as seven days.
Storing data doesn't add value unless you do something with it, so in addition to the data lake, they will have a data discovery platform.
Additionally, enterprises are increasingly drawn to private cloud deployments of OpenStack to maximize datacenter resources and view OpenStack Object Store ("Swift") as a vital component of their data lake architecture.
Podium Data has released an award-winning, disruptive data lake management platform, called Podium 2.
This includes Azure Data Lake Analytics, Azure Data Lake Store, a new programming language U-SQL, and Azure HDInsight general availability on Linux.
He said that EMC is offering a suite of solutions and services on the Federation Business Data Lake in just less than seven days.
com can now rapidly derive insights from its massive data lake that combines Web traffic, CRM, and e-commerce data.
Contract notice: Implementing the data lake national audiovisual institute (ina).