Guavus, a leading provider of big data analytics solutions, has announced it is an official sponsor of the UC Berkeley AMPLab, a collaborative research effort at UC Berkeley where Spark, Shark and Mesos have been developed. Guavus is working on the integration of Spark Streaming, Shark, and machine learning in the upcoming release of its Reflex operational intelligence platform.
We are thrilled to be partnering with Guavus. Their overall support of AMPLab is significant to our goal of building a new generation of data analytics software,” said Ion Stoica, co-director of AMPLab of UC Berekeley Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences. “We are excited to have an industry leader, who is passionate about the future of open source, foster our research and projects.”
AMPLab is making sense of data by integrating algorithms, machines and people to build innovative solutions to address Big Data challenges. Guavus is delivering the next generation of analytically powered data-driven solutions with its unique operational intelligence platform that provides an end-to-end view across business and operations in real time. Together, AMPLab and Guavus are striving to set a new standard for Big Data for a new data-driven world.
Berkeley’s AMPLab is a leading innovator in the big data space. Guavus is proud to be an official sponsor and part of furthering open source developments,” said Eric Carr, Vice President Core Systems Group, Guavus. “We share AMPLab’s vision to turn data into valuable information and solve the big data analytics problems with an entirely new approach. This collaboration will be mutually beneficial, and we look forward to helping meet Big Data challenges with the next software stack and shaping the way industries use data of all sizes and types.”
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