Cloudera’s Acquisition of Arcadia Data to Accelerate Time-To-Insight for Data Analytics
Arcadia’s Patent-Pending Arcengine Technology Enables Enterprises to Generate Actionable Insights
Arcadia Data makes use of Artificial Intelligence to provide superior solutions. It is known for providing cloud-native AI-powered Business Intelligence and real-time analytics. Its architecture provides deeper and quicker insights from modern data platforms like cloud object stores, Apache Kafka, and Apache Hadoop. Cloudera and Arcadia Data will together work on accelerating time-to-insight for the customers of Cloudera.
ArcEngine technology by Arcadia Data helps enterprises garner insights in use cases like cybersecurity, Internet of Things, data lakes, and customer intelligence. The technology is in the patent-pending stage and uses Machine Learning to predict and pre-compute common queries and reports. This will cut many workflows to mere hours that used to take weeks at times. Cloudera’s Data Warehouse will radically augment the productivity of business users by the means of improved analytics response times and enhanced self-service access to data.
End Users Will Be Able to Act on Data Insights More Quickly than Ever Before
Sushil Thomas, Co-founder, and CEO at Arcadia Data told that Cloudera and Arcadia Data shared many customers and integrating both the technologies will assist enterprises to drive intelligent business decisions. Thomas said, “Our joint expertise with Cloudera will benefit customers and foster enhanced innovation, as end-users will be able to act on data insights more quickly than ever before.”
Cloudera helps professionals to convert complex data into clear and actionable insights. The company provides an enterprise data cloud for any data, from the Edge to AI, irrespective of geographies. It helps brings about digital transformation for some of the largest enterprises across the world.
Anupam Singh, Chief Customer Officer at Cloudera told that as data became more complex and varied from an increasing number of sources across private and public clouds, IT organizations need to optimize data access. Otherwise, they will risk business users being unable to act, or acting on outdated information. “It’s essential for business users to have access to the data they need when they need it, and the addition of Arcadia Data’s technology and expertise will accelerate insights for our customers,” he added.