Hadoop Cluster RI delivers a tested and optimised Hadoop system with an ecosystem of analytical offerings, says the company
Technical computing firm SGI has introduced Hadoop Cluster Reference Implementation (RI) which allows customers to address the need for high performance data analytics while managing their power consumption.
To deliver cost-effective, full system power management, the SGI Hadoop Cluster RI runs SGI Management Center software on servers utilising Intel Xeon processors.
SGI’s Hadoop Cluster RI delivers a tested and optimised Hadoop system with an ecosystem of analytical offerings that allows developers to more easily construct best-in-class, differentiated BI offerings.
SGI is working with different organisations including Kitenga, Datameer, Pentaho and Quantum4D, to deliver a variety of analytical capabilities to customers in Federal, financial, social media, telecommunications, and other markets.
The collabration with Kitenga helps in delivering a new generation of Big Data insight engine with integrated search, information modeling and visualisation capabilities, while the collabration with Datameer results a business intelligence platform for Hadoop with data integration, spreadsheet UI for analytics and data visualisation with the SGI Hadoop Cluster RI.
Pentaho with SGI provides Pentaho Business Analytics on the SGI Hadoop RI, leveraging a graphical ETL environment for creating and managing Hadoop MapReduce jobs which integrates data from other sources and provides end-to-end business analytics on Hadoop, including reporting, ad hoc query, interactive analysis and data integration.
SGI working with Quantum4D to achieve data modeling and interactive data visualisation capabilities on Hadoop for Actionable Insight.
SGI Engineering senior vice-president Praveen Mandal said SGI has delivered tens of thousands of ‘design to order’ Hadoop cluster nodes optimised to meet our customer needs.
"The SGI Hadoop Cluster RI will allow customers who don’t want to design and configure an implementation from scratch or need the shortest time to deployment to easily acquire a complete, factory integrated, ready-to-run Hadoop cluster," said Praveen.