Frost & Sullivan Features GigaSpaces In-Memory Technology in Recent Report

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Big Data, NoSQL and Hadoop Integration Highlighted as Key to Real-Time Solution

“Few, if any, organizations can afford to not put real-time information in the hands of their people…. Frost & Sullivan’s Stratecast urges every organization to get moving now on a real-time analytics strategy,” the report states.

GigaSpaces Technologies, a pioneer of next generation application and cloud-enablement platforms, was named by Frost & Sullivan as a Top of Mind In-Memory Computing Provider. Featured in a recent Frost & Sullivan report, “In-Memory Computing Yields Real-Time Insights from Big Data,” GigaSpaces is highlighted as a new breed of organization dealing with the issues of real-time analytics. The report, by Global Program Director Jeff Couptre, highlighted the challenges of managing real-time analytics and the ways in which in-memory addresses the technical issues in today’s marketplace.

The 14-page report features GigaSpaces technological structure and customer case studies as well. Couptre outlines how GigaSpaces’ ability to leverage NoSQL datastores through integration with the speed of in-memory computing (IMC) enables real-time decision making that is crucial for business. And by partnering with key vendors like IBM BigInsights and HP Cloudera, GigaSpaces is also able to offer smooth, consistent management for big data systems that can otherwise be complex, cumbersome, and expensive to maintain.

“Few, if any, organizations can afford to not put real-time information in the hands of their people…. Frost & Sullivan’s Stratecast urges every organization to get moving now on a real-time analytics strategy,” the report states. “The presence of a provider such as GigaSpaces, which leverages the cost-efficiency of the cloud to make real-time analytics excellence available to much of the market, means the business case for doing so is catching up to the technology and the time to act is now… in real time.”

“Frost & Sullivan’s objective testing and reporting on the industry is one reason we greatly value this report. We are very glad to see how closely our vision and strategy are aligned with Frost & Sullivan’s findings,” said Adi Paz, GigaSpaces EVP of Business Development & Marketing. “Since this report was published at the end of last quarter, we’ve seen extensive interest from companies in an array of industries that also value Frost & Sullivan’s reporting.”

The feature report highlights the continued regard for GigaSpaces’ technology by Frost & Sullivan. GigaSpaces was previously awarded the prestigious 2012 North American New Product Innovation Award from Frost & Sullivan.

The full report can be downloaded here: http://www.gigaspaces.com/Frost-and-Sullivan-In-Memory-Computing.

About Frost & Sullivan

Frost & Sullivan, the Growth Partnership Company, partners with clients to accelerate their growth. The company’s TEAM Research, Growth Consulting, and Growth Team Management™ empower clients to create a growth-focused culture that generates, evaluates, and implements effective growth strategies. Frost & Sullivan employs over 50 years of experience in partnering with Global 1000 companies, emerging businesses, and the investment community from more than 40 offices on six continents. For more information about Frost & Sullivan’s Growth Partnership Services, visit http://www.frost.com.

About GigaSpaces

GigaSpaces Technologies is the pioneer of a new generation of application virtualization platforms and a leading provider of end-to-end scaling solutions for distributed, mission-critical application environments, and cloud enabling technologies. Hundreds of organizations worldwide are leveraging GigaSpaces’ technology to enhance IT efficiency and performance, including Global Fortune 500 companies, from top financial service enterprises, e-commerce companies, online gaming providers, and telecom carriers. For more information, please visit http://www.gigaspaces.com, or our blog at http://www.cloudifysource.org.

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