Teradat is introducing a new platform in the open source space that will deliver unprecedented efficiencies for companies creating data lakes.
Teradata is launching Kylo, a data lake management software platform built using the latest open source capabilities such as Apache Hadoop, Apache Spark, and Apache NiFi.
Kylo is a Teradata-sponsored open source project that is offered under the Apache 2.0 license. Kylo evolved from code harvested from proven data lake engagements led by Think Big Analytics, a Teradata company, which will provide services and support for Kylo.
Teradata is contributing Kylo to help organizations address the most common challenges they face in data lake implementation efforts.
With Kylo, no coding is required, and its intuitive user interface for self-service data ingest and wrangling helps accelerate the development process. Kylo also leverages reusable templates to increase productivity.
Kylo aims to help organizations address the most common challenges they face in data lake implementation efforts, including skill shortage for experienced software engineers and administrators; learning and implementing best practices around data lake governance; and driving data lake adoption beyond engineers.
“Kylo is an exciting first in open source data lake management, and perfectly represents Teradata’s vision around big data, analytics, and open source software,” said Oliver Ratzesberger, executive vice president and chief product officer, Teradata.
For more information about this platform, visit www.teradata.com.