Progress now provides day one support for Hadoop Hive, Spark SQL, MongoDB and more with latest update to its DataDirect suite of connectivity tools.
With this new upgrade, Progress DataDirect on-premises ODBC and JDBC drivers will support any new versions of supported data sources.
“Big data is one of the cornerstones of digital transformation, but in order for businesses to successfully transform into data-driven organizations, they need to be flexible and adaptive,” said Dion Picco, General Manager, Data Connectivity & Integration, Progress.
The Progress DataDirect suite of data connectivity tools offers data connectivity solution for businesses needing to better manage and integrate data across relational, big data, and cloud data sources.
It provides proven, high-performance connectivity despite demanding data migration, integration and management scenarios.
With Progress DataDirect Day One Support, those organizations get “big data insurance” with a dedicated technology partner in Progress to ensure all of their customers are successful with big data projects.
Progress offers DataDirect drivers for a variety of big data sources including MongoDB, SparkSQL, Impala, SAP HANA, Apache Cassandra and Apache Hive, as well as commercial distributions of Hive from Amazon, Cloudera, Hortonworks, MapR and Pivotal.
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