Users want the best of both worlds – the raw ingestion performance of the Accumulo key-value store and the simplicity and speed of PrestoDB for interactive SQL queries. This is what we are delivering in a unique, integrated way.
San Mateo, CA (PRWEB) June 06, 2014
Argyle Data (http://www.argyledata.com), the leader in real-time analytics at network speed and Hadoop scale, will be presenting live, for the first time, an integration between Facebook’s PrestoDB and Accumulo at Accumulo Summit 2014, the annual community event for Apache Accumulo.
“ArgyleDB is about making it possible to deliver a new generation of data-intensive applications that operate at petabyte scale on live, machine-generated, streaming data, combined with business data,” said Arshak Navruzyan, vice president of product management at Argyle Data. “Users want the best of both worlds – the raw ingestion performance of the Accumulo key-value store and the simplicity and speed of PrestoDB for interactive SQL queries. This is what we are delivering in a unique, integrated way.”
Accumulo Summit 2014 is a one-day conference to bring together key industry leaders for a day of interactive discourse. The event is being held on June 12 at the College Park Marriott Hotel and Conference Center in East Hyattsville, MD. Argyle Data is a gold sponsor of the event and will present “Accumulo with Distributed Queries”.
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About Argyle Data:
Argyle Data is the leader in real-time risk analytics at network speed and Hadoop scale, offering solutions for the largest data-driven and data-intensive organizations in mobile communications, financial services, and e-commerce. The ArgyleDB product suite uses state-of-the-art machine learning on a Hadoop stack to deliver risk applications that ingest data and analyze it in real time, reducing the window for risk or fraud from hours to minutes. To learn more, please visit http://www.argyledata.com.