iguazio in the news
We continue to see opportunities for iguazio driven by its ability to reduce the complexity of deploying multiple data processing technologies.
In the face of so much data, cloud has to start distributing more, Haviv stated. People are going to push a lot more bandwidth along the edge. To handle this, a company will need something like a mini-cloud that sits somewhere between the cloud proper and the edge.
Data stack design to accelerate performance in big data, IoT and cloud-native apps.
The biggest challenge in our view is that of secure data sharing, which is also differential. What we mean here is a most basic inability to easily share anonymized data in real-time. A common example is that of two international teams of traders from the same bank which are still unable to effectively benefit from each other’s data.
iguazio’s disruption: most database technologies assume storage is too slow to keep up with queries, so they build in layers of caching to compensate. iguazio has rewritten low-level code to take advantage of modern processors instead, thus speeding up the entire stack dramatically.
Yaron Haviv, founder and CTO at iguazio, joined Dave Vellante and Peter Burris, cohosts of theCUBE, from the SiliconANGLE Media team, during BigDataNYC 2016, to talk about iguazio’s newly released Enterprise Data Cloud platform, which features a secure data PaaS deployed either on-premises or in hybrid cloud architectures, with self-service portals and APIs for developers and operators.
Delivers 100x faster performance and 10x lower cost for on-premises and hybrid cloud deployments
This new architecture makes data services and big data tools consumable for mainstream enterprises that have been unable to harness them because of their complexity and internal IT skills gaps.
One-year-old Iguaz.io, an Israeli Big Data startup, has just won a $15m A-round from Magma Venture Partners, JVP and large strategic investors. So what’s the magic product that grabbed funding so early in the game?
The alliance will see the infrastructure giant make its global network of co-location centers available for organizations looking to deploy the Iguazio Enterprise Data Cloud.
We are excited to welcome Yaron Haviv on the show. Yaron is an entrepreneur and thought leader in storage, networking, Big Data, and cloud. Most recently, Yaron founded Iguazio, an enterprise data analytics and storage company focused on data-platforms-as-a-service and next-generation applications.
We survey today’s emerging enterprise IT technology by speaking with six vendors about their newest products and solutions.
iguazio today is introducing what it calls a data platform-as-a-service, with an aim to untangle the mess of technologies that has hampered Big Data projects in large companies.
One of the more interesting new companies to arrive on the big data storage scene is iguaz.io.
Newcomer iguaz.io is the latest software startup that will try and deliver the Holy Grail of storage — the ability to provision and manage on-premise capacity the same way as in Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Big data processing platforms such as Hadoop and Spark enable many of today’s consumer and business applications, from Amazon and Netflix to ad targeting systems.
איגוואזיו (Iguaz.IO) הישראלית מגייסת 15 מיליון דולר בסבב גיוס הון ראשון. החברה מפתחת פתרון אחסון וניהול נתונים שמגיעים מיישומי ענן ומתשתיות אינטרנט של הדברים. את סבב גיוס ההון הובילו קרנות ההון סיכון הישראליות JVP ומאמגה ונצ’ר פרטנרס והשתתפו בו משקיעים אסטרטגיים נוספים שזהותם לא נחשפה.
Iguaz.io, a provider of innovative data management and storage solutions for Big Data, IoT and cloud applications today announced a $15 million Series A funding round.
Cloudera, MapR, Pentaho and iguazio have announcements around data science, edge computing and continuous data applications.
iguazio’s latest solution employs what the company terms a “continuous data consumption” model – ingesting, enriching, analyzing and serving up data.
iguazio continues its market penetration with a ecosystem announcement during the AWS re:invent conference in Las Vegas.
Get yourself a virtual wetsuit and let yourself be drenched by a demo and presentation by Iguazio’s waterfall wizards. You will be impressed. That’s a given.
A cloud company founded by former XtremeIO executive Yaron Segev and former Mellanox executive Asaf Somekh says its data platform-as-a-service (PaaS) can streamline the data stack and make data easier for enterprises to store, analyze, and maintain
Wall St-beating PaaS for Big Data firm touts crazy performance claims.
iguaz.io, the company challenging the status quo for big data, the IoT and cloud-native applications, unveiled its vision and architecture for data services for both private and public clouds.
Despite the wealth of experience the enterprise has gained in the cloud over the past decade, there is still a lot of uncertainty when it comes to establishing the right services, architectures and general functionality to produce an optimal data environment.
Reveals Details of Extremely Efficient Architecture
that Seamlessly Accelerates Spark and Hadoop, Busts Silos and Ends ETL
Iguaz.io, a provider of data management and storage solutions for big data, IoT and cloud applications announced a $15 million Series A funding round.