Cambridge Semantics' Introduces Anzo GQE and Anzo SDM Products
FREMONT, CA: Cambridge Semantics, an enterprise analytics and data management software company recently unveiled its Anzo Graph Query Engine (GQE) and Anzo Smart Data Manager (SDM) products. These stand-alone products address specific Big data analytics or data management needs.
The company showcased its products as well as the Anzo Smart Data Lake, at the recently held Gartner Business Intelligence and Analytics Summit in Grapevine, Texas. The key capabilities of the products are also integrated within Anzo Smart Data Lake, which offers end-to-end management of data and its governance, discovery and analytical needs.
Anzo GQE is an in-memory graph analytic engine built to accommodate the wide variety of complex data that is characteristic of Big data. It enables users to execute rich analytics to uncover interesting connected patterns in their data. The organizations’ Anzo SDM software suite allows organizations to create and maintain a single, rich data assets repository. It enables the company’s clients to complete high-quality governed data integration and data on-boarding projects quickly.
Alok Prasad, President, Cambridge Semantics states, “For the first time, all your data can be neatly organized using business models that the user defines, based on human-readable, standardized terms. It allows you to link and contextualize information regardless of where it came from which can be used to create data extracts, ETL, and ELT jobs for quick and efficient analysis.” The capabilities of Anzo GQE and Anzo SDM benefit any business that seeks insight from Big data discovery, analysis and data management.
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