PRESS RELEASE — SAN RAMON, CA and NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwired – September 30, 2015) – WANdisco (
With WANdisco Fusion, Hadoop clusters running on EMC’s ECS and Isilon storage systems, as well as other HDFS compatible storage in both public and private cloud environments integrate to provide a consistent view of an organization’s data across all clusters and locations, without downtime or data loss, to meet the most demanding SLAs. At the same time, customers can scale up their Hadoop deployments to double their current size by converting formerly read-only standby backup and recovery servers and clusters to full production use.
“This new partnership with EMC demonstrates that WANdisco Fusion’s technology is critical for enterprise’s with Hadoop deployments that span multiple distributions and storage systems, and it’s something customers have been asking for,” said David Richards, WANdisco CEO and Co-Founder. “WANdisco Fusion continuous availability and performance can be designed into the customer’s Big Data infrastructure from the start, ensuring their Hadoop deployments can exceed the most demanding SLAs and scale up rapidly without additional hardware and other infrastructure costs.”
WANdisco Fusion offers a flexible, easy-to-deploy architecture that can be implemented across mixed storage environments, including Oracle BDA, Cloudera, Hortonworks (
This announcement coincides with WANdisco’s Zettabyte sponsorship of the Strata + Hadoop Summit in New York, September 29 to October 1 in booth 325. Jagane Sundar, WANdisco CTO, will present, “Eventual consistent systems A.K.A. mostly inconsistent systems vs. strongly consistent systems in big data,” on Thursday, October 1.
WANdisco Fusion is available now. Visit wandisco.com to learn more and download a free evaluation.
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