Cirrus Seven Simplifies Big Data Adoption with Datameer
Datameer big data analytics now available as one of Cirrus Seven’s Big Data as a Service offerings.
MCLEAN, Virginia, December 7, 2015 — Cirrus Seven, the leading provider of Big Data as a Service (BDaaS) Stacks, now offers Datameer, the proven self-service big data insights platform for rapid data discovery, to provide a fully-managed turnkey solution for companies that want the fastest time to insight without requiring IT expertise.
“We believe that offering Datameer in Cirrus Seven’s Big Data as a Service portfolio will dramatically lower the barrier to entry for business users who want to work with data,” said Mark Ferretti, Datameer’s Vice President of Global Business Development and Channels. “Our partnership with Cirrus Seven will put the power of big data in the hands of business analysts without the need to be Hadoop experts.”
Running natively on Cirrus Seven’s optimized Hadoop as a Service stack, Datameer facilitates quick integration, preparation, analysis and visualization of all structured and unstructured data. Datameer’s self-service functionality and familiar spreadsheet interface reduces the complexity of big data technology and dramatically accelerates time to insight. Paired with Cirrus Seven’s full stack management, Datameer removes the major (traditional?) hurdles to exploiting Big Data.
“We’re excited to add Datameer to our portfolio of managed services for Big Data,” said Akhbar Tajudeen, Cirrus Seven’s Chief Technology Officer. “Datameer enables big data analytics and our offering makes adopting Datameer as simple as possible. It’s a perfect partnership that puts the power of Datameer within the reach of virtually any company.”
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Datameer makes big data analytics easy for everyone. The entire process of data integration, preparation, analytics, and sharing the final visualizations is self-service. Hundreds of customers, including CIOs, CMOs, CTOs, doctors, scientists, law enforcement officials, and even Olympic athletes all rely on Datameer to help them get from raw data to insight faster than ever. Datameer combines Hadoop’s unlimited storage and compute power with a common spreadsheet interface and powerful functionality, quickly transforming businesses into agile, data-driven organizations. Complete data lineage can also be viewed within the tool or extracted via the REST API for easy reporting and auditing of the full pipeline of data ingestions, transformations, and calculations. Datameer’s architectural balance of flexibility and robust governance is the key to successfully navigating the ever-changing waves of financial services compliance requirements.
About Cirrus Seven
Cirrus Seven provides integrated Big Data as a Service (BDaaS) Stacks built on optimized digital infrastructure and managed by expert engineers. Cirrus Seven is the leader in provisioning and operating optimized BDaaS Stacks, like Datameer as a Service, over the entire lifecycle of big data and analytics systems. Customers in financial services, media, retail, and healthcare run their high-performance big data analytics systems on Cirrus Seven’s BDaaS Stacks, and freeing themselves from the capital expenses and specialized skills recruiting that such systems require. Cirrus Seven’s infrastructure fully complies with the key standards for protecting financial, healthcare, and other sensitive data. Cirrus Seven easily handles high-volume, secure data acquisition system requirements, boosts productivity, and provides the best overall return on investment all with simple, transparent pricing.
To learn more about Cirrus Seven’s Datameer as a Service contact:
Russ Hayward, Vice President
Cirrus Seven, Inc. – Big Data Optimized
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