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Big Data? No problem

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Hosted Blog for Sam Herren, HP Americas Business Development Manager for SUSE

 

Big Data—with its volume, velocity, and lack of structure—eludes traditional business analytics and business intelligence approaches. Whether monitoring the dynamic flows of Big Data or responding to events and usage patterns as they occur, you need the right foundation to create your data-driven enterprise: HP ProLiant servers and SUSE Linux Enterprise.

 

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is optimized for massively data intensive workloads delivering the highest performing, open source Linux operating system in the market today. The flexibility of SUSE Linux Enterprise enables you to tune it for performance gains in I/O, memory, and compute-intensive workloads. And you can further optimize system performance with fine-grained controls for CPU, memory, storage, and networking performance.

 

The result: With HP and SUSE, you can harness the velocity and volume of Big Data. Providing you the power and flexibility to scale current and emerging solutions for finding and analyzing insights and patterns, as they occur, in the varied data whirlwind. In fact, HP and SUSE have a long tradition as a market leader in supporting customers in retail, healthcare, automotive, manufacturing and telecommunications with Big Data challenges.

 

Furthermore, HP has created a Reference Architecture for Hortonworks-supported-Hadoop on HP ProLiant DL 3xx servers.  This is a supported platform that can either be used as a proof of concept and/or a proven configuration for deploying in a Hadoop cluster.

 

Avnet is reaching out to their partners like American Digital, Logicalis, and Mobius who have a Big Data Practice to create awareness and opportunities for their Enduser Customers.  Join Hortonworks, HP, SUSE and Avnet for an interactive one-day seminar www.newstyleofitroadshow.com to learn how to unlock the potential of Hadoop and big data (Dallas – 10/15/15; Chicago – 10/20/15; Atlanta – 10/15/15), 8:30 am – 2:30 pm.  See you there!

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