Yellowbrick Extends Data Warehouse Power to the Cloud
Deployable on-premises or in the cloud.
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Yellowbrick Data today released the Yellowbrick Cloud Data Warehouse and announced the Yellowbrick Cloud Disaster Recovery (Cloud DR) service. The Yellowbrick Cloud Data Warehouse has been operating in enterprise production environments since early 2019, and both new products leverage the power of the Yellowbrick Data Warehouse, a modern analytical database built for the hybrid cloud.
Traditional data warehouse solutions are struggling to meet the rapidly expanding enterprise companies’ needs for larger data sets, increasing concurrency, and improved price-performance metrics. “Yellowbrick Data has taken a fresh approach to data warehousing with its flash-optimized architecture, and it is now extending this technology to the cloud,” said James Curtis, senior analyst at 451 Research. “Favorable economics, deployment flexibility, and high performance get to the core of what enterprises are looking for in a modern data warehouse, which is precisely where Yellowbrick is concentrating its efforts.”
The new offerings extend the benefits of the Yellowbrick Data Warehouse to the cloud, including the ability to replicate between the on-premises Yellowbrick Data Warehouse Appliance and the cloud to support hybrid deployments (such as legacy ETL on premises with users in the cloud), and to migrate easily to and from the cloud at will.
Yellowbrick Cloud Data Warehouse is a software-as-a-service offering that overcomes the scale, cost, and performance challenges posed by traditional cloud data warehouses. Multicloud support allows customers to connect multiple public and private clouds to a single Yellowbrick Cloud Data Warehouse.
Yellowbrick Cloud DR is a service that provides an up-to-date replica in the cloud of an on-premises or cloud data warehouse at a substantially lower cost than purchasing additional instances.
“The Yellowbrick Cloud Data Warehouse and Cloud DR break through traditional constraints surrounding multicloud compatibility, system lock-in, and cost,” said Neil Carson, founder and chief executive officer of Yellowbrick Data. “Yellowbrick Data enables enterprises to run workloads on premises, in the cloud, or both.”
Yellowbrick Data’s solutions are suited to organizations with data warehouse volumes ranging from 10TB to several petabytes. Yellowbrick Data Warehouse supports thousands of concurrent users and delivers faster query speeds versus traditional offerings.
Yellowbrick Cloud Data Warehouse is generally available today for users of AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. Yellowbrick Cloud Disaster Recovery will be generally available later this year. More information is available at Yellowbrick’s website.