Cloudera, a provider of enterprise-ready Apache Hadoop-based data management software and services, recently welcomed TransLattice to its Connect Partner Program. The program focuses on propagating the innovative use of Apache Hadoop for a range of business applications.
Santa Clara-based TransLattice is a geographically distributed database and application platform company that provides data where and when it is needed. With its membership in the Cloudera Connect Partner Program, TransLattice joins the industry's most comprehensive ecosystem of technology solutions vendors, value-added resellers and managed service providers offering Hadoop-based solutions and services.
As a member of Cloudera’s Connect Partner Program, TransLattice gains access to the knowledge, expertise, tools and other resources necessary to support, manage and innovate with Apache Hadoop-based solutions.
“We are pleased to welcome TransLattice into the Cloudera Connect network of valued service and solution providers for Apache Hadoop, and look forward to cultivating a mutually beneficial partnership with them,” Tim Stevens, VP of Business and Corporate Development at Cloudera, noted in a statement. “As a trusted partner, we will endeavor to equip TransLattice with the tools and resources necessary to support, manage and innovate with Apache Hadoop-based solutions. Leveraging the deep domain expertise and expanding knowledge base offered by Cloudera and the greater Cloudera Connect partner ecosystem, TransLattice can now enable its customers to bypass the complexity associated with deploying and managing Hadoop clusters and put its data to immediate use.”
Organizations worldwide use the TransLattice Elastic Database (TED), a geographically distributed relational database management system (RDBMS), to address their big data needs.
With its scale-out architecture, very high availability and policy-based data management, TED is well capable of supporting the Hadoop-based solutions’ needs to interact with relational data in a RDBMS.
TED provides businesses a global view of their data, while ensuring that information, such as sensitive customer data, adheres to data jurisdiction rules and regulations.
Capable of distributing data globally, TED comes with inherent data redundancy, ensuring all-time availability of that data.
In July this year, TransLattice released its TransLattice Elastic Database (TED).
“Global organizations can’t afford downtime, period. We have designed the TransLattice Elastic Database to provide reliable, high-performance and low-cost distributed computing to global enterprises,” Frank Huerta, CEO and founder of TransLattice, said about the release. “With TED, organizations can provide fast, cost-effective data availability to users anywhere in the world, doing away with the need to federate data, while still complying with data location regulations.”