San Ramon, CA-based WANdisco, a public software company specialized in the area of distributed computing, seeks to accelerate Multi-Cloud Data. The company has developed the LiveData that’s available through this week. While moving to Cloud and between Hybrid Cloud deployments, the distributed data platform is owed as making data accessible and precise. As stated by the company, this approach operates through incessantly replicating data over multiple Cloud regions and storage systems.
The WANdisco’s platform is developed on the company’s proprietary distributed coordination engine, designed to migrate data between compound datacenters and Cloud providers. WANdisco said that it recently got a Blockchain patent covering its DConE replication technology. They also asserted that this migration to Multi-Cloud deployments will keep on accelerating, and predicted the shift to multiple Cloud provider will worth USD 4.4 billion by 2022. According to the CEO and co-founder of WANdisco, David Richards, the platform designed to enable businesses to choose definite Clouds for specific jobs to cultivate business performance. LiveData, along with Big Data migrations to the Cloud, is promoted as allowing incessant data replication at petabyte scale across compound Clouds. The company established its data chops with NonStop Hadoop that offered like a streak of lightning and consistent data replication for enterprises, such as banks that needed strong high ease of use and disaster recovery capabilities within its Hadoop clusters.
It introduced its flagship Fusion platform 4-years back in 2015, striking the Hadoop market with actual time data imitation beyond Hadoop clusters to comprise HDFS-compatible file systems. Recently, WANdisco has been extending its Hadoop services beyond distributing data across multiple data lakes through a package of Hadoop offerings intended for Multi-Cloud ecosystem like BigSQL, Hive, Ranger, Knox and other. WANdisco said it Multi-Cloud initiative involves support for various Cloud object storage services, such as Amazon Web Services S3, Google Cloud Storage, and Microsoft Azure Blob.