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Cleo Couples With Hortonworks Technology Program to Helm Big Data Technology

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Cleo is known to couple with Hortonworks Technology Partner Program to render secure and reliable integration solutions for clients managing big data initiatives using the power of Apache Hadoop. Cleo enables the movement of large data sets, and the integration with the Hortonworks Data Platform helps companies to further leverage the power of Hadoop combined with data movement capabilities to remain competitive.

Palo Alto-based Hortonworks develops, distributes and supports the Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP), the only 100 percent open-source distribution of Hadoop explicitly architected, built and tested for enterprise-grade deployments. As part of the Hortonworks Technology Partner Program, Cleo’s single-platform solutions provide absolute information transfer into HDP, enabling deep integration with existing IT investments and empowering enterprises to build and deploy Hadoop-based applications.

The ability to cost-effectively store vast amounts of data in Hadoop is known to describe a remarkable op for organizations to effectively analyze massive information sets and improve market understanding, competitiveness and operational efficiency.

Citing on this latest joint structure, Mahesh Rajasekharan, Ph.D., CEO of Cleo said, “Cleo is very excited to help the industry meet this need through its partnership with Hortonworks in order to enable quick and easy business access to high-resolution and big data intelligence sources.”

John KreisaVice President of Strategic Marketing at Hortonworks further adds, “We are excited to announce this partnership with Cleo.” “Cleo’s proven solutions demonstrate the crucial ability to efficiently and reliably scale to transport large files and data sets, which is a capability now available to the Hadoop ecosystem. Together, we look forward to serving our customers as they work to unlock even more value from their big data.”

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