Zoomdata launches Visual Big Data Analytics on AWS

Zoomdata, which specializes in Big Data visualization, analytics and analytics, today announced that Amazon Web Services Inc. (AWS), will offer visual interaction with streaming or at rest data from a variety sources in the cloud and on-premises.
Zoomdata for Amazon Web Services uses a large number of Smart Connectors to work with data from both newer and more traditional stores.
These include Amazon’s Redshift, Amazon Simple Serve (S3), Hive, Amazon Elastic MapReduce, (EMR), Amazon Aurora, and Amazon Kinesis. Hadoop distributions from Cloudera, Hortonworks; Spark, Solr, MemSQL, Oracle, MySQL, SQL Server; flat files; APIs.
Zoomdata is designed to harness the processing power of modern data environments like Amazon Redshift. It takes the query to the database to deliver actionable visual analytics and charts against billions of rows of information, within seconds,” the company stated. “This’schema-on-read’ approach eliminates the need for data to be moved to redundant repositories that are built around pre-aggregated results or proprietary schemas. Instead, users can interact with all their data, regardless of where it is located, using’schema-on-read’.
This is done using a native architecture that utilizes optimized microservices for cloud and on-premises implementations. Data Sharpening technology provides visual analytics that provide fast, real-time, visual analysis for streaming or historical data. Zoomdata Fusion is another service that allows Big Data to be joined with other data stores for analysis without the need to transform or move it. This makes multiple sources look like one.
Zoomdata Server, a product of AWS Marketplace, states that it “Zoomdata provides visual analytics to all business users, not just data analysts” via an intuitive user interface.
Hourly pricing starts from $1.91 an hour. Annual subscriptions are also available which include premium support. Each option comes with a 30-day free trial. AWS services can be billed separately.

Zoomdata launches Visual Big Data Analytics on AWS
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