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Big Data and Container Orchestration with Kubernetes (K8s)

Here at BlueData, we’ve been leading the charge on deploying and running Big Data applications like Hadoop and Spark on containers: we first announced our support for Docker more than two years ago. At that time, there was no clear choice for container orchestration. More importantly, the existing tools for container orchestration simply didn’t meet […] Read More

Dell EMC Delivers Elastic Data Platform Powered by BlueData

I’ve worked with dozens of our customers and partners over the past few years here at BlueData, but our partnership with Dell EMC – and the joint customer relationships where we’ve worked together – has been particularly exciting. We’re fortunate to count Dell EMC as one of our strategic investors, as was disclosed recently. And […] Read More

BlueData Helps Nasdaq Drive Business Innovation with Big Data

Here at BlueData, our customers include leading enterprise organizations across many different industries and geographies. One of those industries is financial services, and some of the world’s largest banks are BlueData customers. But perhaps one of our most emblematic customers in the financial services industry is Nasdaq. Nasdaq created the world’s first electronic stock market, […] Read More

Introducing BlueData EPIC 3.0

Today we announced version 3.0 of the leading software platform for Big-Data-as-as-Service in the enterprise: BlueData EPIC. This release incorporates powerful new innovations and functionality based on the feedback and input from our customers – delivering even greater scalability, security, performance, and flexibility for their Big Data deployments. But before I go into detail on what’s […] Read More

CRN Names BlueData One of “15 Coolest Big Data Platform Vendors”

This week, CRN (a brand of The Channel Company) released its annual Big Data 100 list – and for the third year in a row, BlueData was named to the list. This list recognizes the ingenuity of tech suppliers bringing to market innovative offerings for harnessing the increasingly huge amounts of data generated in today’s digital […] Read More

Next Generation Big Data Solutions with Dell and EMC

BlueData has been fortunate to work with both EMC and Dell as a partner.  We’ve collaborated with many teams and joint customers across both companies, united in our common mission to simplify and accelerate the deployment of Big Data infrastructure in the enterprise. The newly combined Dell Technologies is a technology powerhouse capable of delivering […] Read More

HPE and BlueData − A Game-Changing Combination for Big Data

Last week, at the Strata + Hadoop World conference, an estimated 7,000 people descended upon New York City to hear about the latest and greatest in Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, and the Internet of Things.  I enjoy this conference for two main reasons: it’s a great opportunity to meet with dozens (if not hundreds) of […] Read More

Hyperconverged Infrastructure Meets Big-Data-as-a-Service

Two of the hottest technology topics today are “Big Data” and “Hyperconvergence”. The Big Data market currently generates ~$20B in spend and Wikibon projects that the market will reach nearly $50B by 2019. A survey of enterprises by Gartner found that more than 75 percent of enterprises are investing or planning to invest in Big […] Read More

Announcing the BlueData EPIC Spring Release

Today we announced the new spring release of our BlueData EPIC software platform: a purpose-built solution designed to deliver Big-Data-as-a-Service and accelerate Hadoop and Spark deployments on-premises using Docker containers. With over two dozen new features and enhancements, this new release is full of exciting new functionality. But before I dive into what’s new, I want […] Read More

Dell and BlueData – Better Together

Today represents another important milestone for BlueData, as we just announced our partnership with Dell and inclusion in their Technology Partner Program at the highest level. The Dell Technology Partner Program consists of three levels: “Registered”, “Verified” and “Certified”. The “Certified” level is relatively exclusive and difficult to attain; it requires Dell engineers to physically […] Read More