Competition is increasing and the need to differentiate is becoming more urgent than ever. Real-time analytics is gaining greater significance, but with data mounting to large proportions, an agile and comprehensive business intelligence solution seems to be the need of the hour. Realizing this, GoodData (News - Alert) decided to leverage the HP Vertica analytics platform.
The HP Vertica analytics platform provides organizations from a variety of industries with new and innovative ways to store, explore, and serve more data in the fastest and most cost-effective way to more users. GoodData will use HP Vertica, which easily fits within GoodData’s architecture, to power its cloud-based Open Analytics platform.
GoodData Open Analytics Platform does help companies manage and analyze data in one seamless, interactive environment. However, its traditional approach has severe limitations: it cannot cope with the variety and volume of data that flows through today’s data-driven companies.
"As the cloud produces data at such a rapid rate, organizations can capitalize on competitive opportunities by using all data available to them. We're excited to give our customers more powerful data analytics and visualizations delivered by HP Vertica," Roman Stanek, CEO and founder of GoodData.
With the transition to HP Vertica, a next-generation analytics platform, GoodData claims that it will be able to deliver a comprehensive, scalable, and agile solution that “produces answers as much as 1,000 times faster” to enable an iterative analytics approach for GoodData customers.
GoodData's platform consolidates all data from every possible source, while HP Vertica allows users to manage massive amounts of data quickly and reliably, helping companies obtain real-time business intelligence faster. With its architecture optimized for the cloud, it delivers the flexibility to deploy analytics, anywhere, anytime.
“Companies that choose this solution will be able to provide real time analytics to their employees, customers and partners to enable informed business decisions," said Chris Selland, vice president of marketing and business development at HP Vertica.
Will the power of HP Vertica with the precision and cloud-based approach of GoodData give the necessary thrust to big data analytics?