FoundationDB and DataRPM have partnered to combine NoSQL data storage with cognitive Big Data analytics and visualization.
In a deal centered on combining NoSQL data storage with cognitive, natural-language Big Data discovery and analytics, FoundationDB and DataRPM have announced a partnership that will bring their platforms together.
According to the companies, the collaboration will allow enterprises to work with large volumes of data in a more scalable and consistent way by pairing DataRPM's solution for data analytics and visualizing with FoundationDB's NoSQL-class database platform.
"NoSQL databases are rapidly gaining adoption as datasets are getting bigger and moving faster than ever before," said Dave Rosenthal, CEO of FoundationDB. "FoundationDB's unparalleled distributed database technology solves the operational challenge posed by this new reality, but businesses need to do more than just store the data—they need to use it to gain insights from analysis. Our partnership with DataRPM allows us to bring the power of DataRPM's analysis engine to users of our distributed database."
The partnership also stands to make FoundationDB more attractive to enterprises, since the company now can offer an integrated data storage and analytics platform. "We are very excited to partner with FoundationDB to help them offer rich and natural Big Data discovery and analytics to their customers in an easy-to-use, plug-and-play solution," said Sundeep Sanghavi, co-founder and CEO of DataRPM.
Enterprises can access the integrated data solution by using the FoundationDB connector on DataRPM's platform.