Fuzzy Logix provides high-performance, parallelized analytics software that runs where the data resides, whether that be in large databases or in Hadoop clusters. We call this “in-database” or “in-Hadoop” analytics. Because we leverage powerful database and Hadoop platforms, our analytics run at least 10x-100x faster than analytic solutions which extract data into smaller analytics servers for calculations. Also, because there is no data movement, data security is maintained and all analytics are run on current data – not on copies of the data which may be out-of-date.
Fuzzy Logix software is tightly integrated within the Hortonworks environment, ensuring high performance and ease of administration. All of Hortonworks’ robust security features are maintained. Customers with enormous Hortonworks clusters can now run analytics on the entire data set, not just a sample. Use Cases in Finance, Retail, Manufacturing, Biotech, Pharma and other industries with massive amounts of data can solve problems faster and, in some cases, address analytics problems that were previously considered unsolvable.
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Yarn Ready - Apache Hadoop YARN is the data operating system for Hadoop 2. YARN Ready certification recognizes applications that integrate with YARN and process data via pushdown computation to the cluster. Examples of a YARN ready solution includes an application that has native YARN application master or leverages scale-out capabilities of the platform like Hive, Spark and MR2.
Security Ready - Apache Hadoop is secured with a number of technologies, such as Kerberos, Apache Knox, and Apache Ranger. Security Ready certification recognizes applications that can integrate with Kerberos-enabled HDP cluster and supports HDFS encryption and user impersonation.