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Impetus to Exhibit IP-Accelerated Big Data Services at the Hadoop(TM) Summit, San Jose(June 06, 2012)
SAN JOSE, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 06/06/12 -- Impetus Technologies (www.impetus.com), the big data thought leader and innovation-based software R&D services company, today announced that it will sponsor and exhibit at the Hadoop Summit, San Jose from June 13-14, 2012.
Anand Raman, Big Data Practice Leader at Impetus, quotes, "Hadoop has radically changed the way companies look at their business and the data they manage! Enterprise organizations across the globe with Big Data challenges are either evaluating and adopting Hadoop or have embraced some Big Data solution paradigm within their technology ecosystem. At Impetus, we are dedicated to promoting emerging but proven technology solutions to solve our customers' business challenges."
Impetus offers accelerated consulting, architecture audit, implementation, and support services for Big Data Analytics. The company will demonstrate its two new solutions for the Big Data industry -- Ankush: First vendor agnostic Big Data Cluster Manager and Jumbune: Map Reduce Profiler, at the show.
Impetus is known for its significant open source contributions such as Kundera (a set of Java libraries for efficiently using any NoSQL database from object-oriented programs) and Hadoop Optimizer, among others. The company operates on a global delivery model and has executed large scale big data projects across different verticals including Financial Services, Media, Telecom & others.
Impetus partners with global companies including EMC-Greenplum, Cloudera, MapR, Cassandra, Datastax, MongoDB, Vertica and Teradata-Aster, among others.
Impetus is a software R&D and engineering services company with significant investments and expertise in emerging areas like Big Data Analytics, High Performance Computing, Cloud Enablement, Mobility and Social Media.
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