GDP 4.0 gives customers a faster, less risky approach for migrating large Oracle database workloads to Google BigQuery without rewriting their applications.
Performance is a key focus of release 3.2 of the Gluent Data Platform (GDP) software suite. Offload and Smart Connector were enhanced to reduce the overall time, as well as, CPU consumption of offloads and hybrid queries. Additionally, Gluent has invested in additional support for our cloud integrations, including Cloudera and Microsoft Azure Cloud Storage.
Gluent continues to enhance the Data Platform products with each release and with version 3.1 we bring additional ease of use to the data management tools. Gluent has moved to a pluggable architecture allowing us to add support for almost any SQL Engine. This release adds support for Spark SQL. A number of reporting improvements …
CRN’s Rick Whiting describes “The new generation of big data leaders” as startup companies, founded in 2012 or later, that tackle big data challenges. Gluent is amongt the 15 vendors that “help analysts, data scientists and everyday information workers gain access to data and derive insights that can provide a competitive edge.”