Integration Enables Deep Analytics and Visualization on Idle Backup Assets, and Reduces IT Burdens
SAN JOSE, CA–(Marketwired – November 14, 2016) – Talena, the always-on big data pioneer today announced a partnership with Arcadia Data, the industry’s first unified visual analytics and business intelligence (BI) platform for big data. Companies using Talena ActiveRX™ and Arcadia Enterprise in combination can turn typically passive big data backups into active clusters and obtain valuable, actionable business insights. The integration saves companies precious time and IT resources by removing the need to manually move or duplicate large data sets, obtain insights across multiple big data platforms, and eliminates negative performance impacts on production environments.
In just three years it’s expected that more than 35 zettabytes of data will be generated worldwide, with more than 80% of that data stored in enterprise environments. Companies recognize the need to protect these valuable data sets against data loss, and how these losses could impact their businesses, yet big data backups are traditionally passive environments used only in the event of a data loss. Talena ActiveRX enables these backup data environments to become active clusters, ready for native data visualization and analysis at any time. With Talena ActiveRX, compute moves to the data layer, eliminating the often-expensive step of moving data yet again to a separate analytics cluster. The combination of Talena ActiveRX and Arcadia Enterprise enables companies to handle data analytics at any scale, leverage multiple backup copies for trend analysis, and run analytics across backup copies of NoSQL, Hadoop and modern data warehouses environments.
“Companies increasingly recognize the value of protecting their big data assets against human errors or application corruption, yet many still struggle to ensure sufficient protections are in place,” said Nitin Donde, co-founder and CEO of Talena. “The next wave of innovation in big data management is transforming passive backup clusters into active compute environments, and eliminating the need for manual and costly data moves. Our partnership with a market leader like Arcadia Data will allow our customers to obtain visual business insights, while simultaneously ease the burden on their network infrastructure.”
“Our integration with Talena ActiveRX provides another avenue for customers to obtain visual insights on big data that is typically forgotten,” said Sushil Thomas, co-founder and CEO of Arcadia Data. “By targeting backup clusters for visual analysis, companies immediately reap greater benefits from their data protection infrastructure and accelerate time to revenue-enhancing insights from these assets.”
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About Arcadia Data
Arcadia Data has built the first unified visual analytics and business intelligence (BI) platform for big data native to Hadoop. Arcadia Data allows enterprises running Hadoop to build apps with drag-and-drop ease, scaling to trillions of data points across real-time, streaming and historical data. By delivering secure, accelerated access without first extracting big data into the complex stack of legacy data management technologies, Arcadia lets enterprises iterate insights faster. Arcadia Data’s world-class team draws on decades of experience in high-performance distributed data architectures and applications. The Arcadia Data platform is deployed by some of the world’s most data intensive companies, including Procter & Gamble, HPE, Royal Bank of Canada, Kaiser Permanente and Neustar. To learn more, visit Arcadia at www.arcadiadata.com.
About Talena, Inc.
Talena delivers optimized backup, recovery, test data management and archive functions for modern big data platforms, enabling users to prevent data loss, minimize compliance risk, and deliver applications faster. The award-winning Talena software helps companies greatly reduce overall capital and operating costs while improving business agility. Based in Silicon Valley, Talena is backed by Canaan Partners, Intel Capital, ONSET Ventures, and Wipro Ventures. For more information, visit www.talena-inc.com.
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