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Hitachi offers integration with Pentaho



The Hitachi DataSystems Corporation (HDS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd has unveiled its next generation Hitachi Hyper Scale-Out Platform (HSP), offering native integration with the Pentaho Enterprise Platform to deliver a sophisticated, software-defined, hyper-converged platform for big data deployments, reports ITRealms.

Modern enterprises,
ITRealms reports, increasingly need to derive value from massive volumes of data generated by information technology (IT), operational technology (OT), the Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-generated data in their environments. HSP offers a software-defined architecture to centralise and support easy storing and processing of these large datasets with high availability, simplified management and a pay-as-you-grow model.

Stuart Cheverton, Business Development Manager, Emerging Technologies “Many enterprises don’t possess the internal expertise to perform big data analytics at scale with complex data sources in production environments. Most want to avoid the pitfalls of experimentation with still-nascent technologies, seeking a clear path to deriving real value from their data without the risk and complexity.”
Delivered as a fully configured, turnkey appliance, Cheverton said, HSP takes hours instead of months to install and support production workloads, and simplifies creation of an elastic data lake that helps customers easily integrate disparate datasets and run advanced analytic workloads.

“Enterprise customers stand to benefit from turnkey systems like the Hitachi Hyper Scale-Out Platform, which address primary adoption barriers to big data deployments by delivering faster time to insight and value, accelerating the path to digital transformation,” Cheverton said.

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