Paxata Advances the Adaptive Information Platform for Microsoft Azure
Paxata’s Spring ’17 release helps business analysts connect to data across hybrid, multicloud environments.
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Paxata today released top-tier support for Microsoft Azure and a self-service, multicloud information platform to address the growing need for deployment flexibility.
Paxata’s Spring ’17 Adaptive Information Platform for Microsoft Azure provides a number of advancements, including support for:
- Running Paxata’s Adaptive Information Platform on HDInsight, a fully managed cloud Apache Hadoop offering that provides optimized open source analytics clusters for Apache Spark and other key technologies
Connectivity and persistence in Microsoft Azure Blob Storage (WASB), where customers can read and write to Azure Blob Storage and use it as a persistent store for Paxata platform-specific storage
Connectivity and persistence in Azure Data Lake Store (ADLS), so customers can read and write to the store and use it as a persistent store for Paxata platform-specific storage
Apache Spark 2.0
Paxata’s new InterCloud Connect capability delivers a multicloud information platform that provides a seamless, secure, bidirectional interchange of data between Microsoft Azure and other cloud and/or on-premises environments. Using Paxata, customers can start with running in Microsoft Azure and then connect to any cloud environment or on-premises infrastructure to access all their data no matter where it resides.
Visit www.paxata.com for more information.