Updates include introduction of big data replication formats and launch in AWS Marketplace
Syniti, a global leader in enterprise data management, extended its support for big data and cloud initiatives through its latest product release Syniti Data Replication™ v9.8.1. Syniti Data Replication is now available in AWS Marketplace, a digital catalog with thousands of software listings from independent software vendors that make it easy to find, test, buy, and deploy software that runs on Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS). With this new release, Syniti Data Replication now offers smart replication support for Parquet and AVRO structures as well as new targets including Apache Cassandra and Greenplum.
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“With the release of Syniti Data Replication v9.8.1, we are helping our customers accelerate their artificial intelligence (AI), cloud, and analytics initiatives while keeping the solution elegantly simple to use,” said Tyler Warden, Senior Vice President Product & Engineering at Syniti. “Our system takes the repetitive guess work out of these types of implementations using intelligent automation to get up and running quickly and help keep their operations running seamlessly.”
Common customer pain points driving the need for advanced replication services include old data informing inaccurate or poor business decisions, data too dispersed to provide a total picture to decision makers, product systems slow to respond, or legacy systems too difficult to access or hard to change. Deployed in the cloud or on premise, Syniti Data Replication supports all major databases and can make data replication between systems a quick and easy task. Delivering fresh relevant data is critical to realize value from AI and analytics efforts – all without the need for specialized resources or skills like programming or stored procedures.
“Syniti Data Replication was by far the most user friendly and most straightforward data replication solution to configure,” said Carlos Navarro Nieto, IT Infrastructure Leader at Osborne, one of the oldest-operating companies in the world. “It has allowed us to define a new project by creating data cubes that allow us to have the information in two seconds, when previously it took about 20 minutes.”
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