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October 21, 2015

Think Big focuses on data quality with Managed Services for Hadoop

News: Services include staff augmentation, administration, monitoring, and support for Hadoop platforms

By Joao Lima

Think Big, a Teradata company, has unveiled a set of managed services for Hadoop that allow to build an analytical ecosystem. The company said the ecosystem will benefit from data quality, reliability, and day-to-day completion of operational task. It also said that the Think Big Managed Services will help organisations tackle the complexity of data lake management and take full advantage of Big Data. The product also includes application support for some Apache Hadoop distributions, including Cloudera, Hortonworks, and MapR, as well as, Spark, Kafka, NoSQL, and other open source technologies.  Think Big said its Managed Services include staff augmentation, administration, monitoring, and support for Hadoop platforms on commodity hardware, a Teradata appliance, or cloud infrastructure.

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