Unravel Data, a data operations platform providing full-stack visibility and AI-powered recommendations, is releasing a new portfolio of capabilities that help customers plan, migrate, and manage modern data applications running on AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.
This release leverages artificial intelligence, machine learning, and predictive analytics to baseline on-premises big data deployments. It can then determine which apps are the best candidates to move to the cloud based on customer defined criteria. Unravel can also help validate the success of a cloud migration and predict capacity based on the customers’ application workloads.
“All indications point to a massive shift in data deployments to the cloud,” said Kunal Agarwal, CEO, Unravel Data. “But there are too many unknowns around cost, visibility and migration that have prevented this transition to the cloud from occurring more quickly. We’re excited to introduce the industry’s only full-stack, AI-powered solution for migrating and managing data apps in the cloud.”
Unravel uses AI, machine learning, and advanced analytics to determine the cloud infrastructure needs, the appropriate server instance sizes, and provide automated troubleshooting and auto-tuning of Spark, Hadoop, Kafka, and SQL/NoSQL powered data pipelines running on cloud platforms.
Unravel’s offering helps customers better migrate modern data pipelines to the cloud, establish and meet stringent SLAs for data apps in the cloud, and gain accounting and governance metrics for chargeback, capacity planning, and budget forecasting.
Unravel’s Cloud Operations capabilities include:
- Recommendations for the best apps to migrate
- Full stack visibility
- Unified management of the full big data stack on all deployment platforms
- Mapping on-premises infrastructure to cloud server instances
- Cloud capacity planning and chargeback reporting
- Migration validation
Cloud services supported by the Unravel platform today include IaaS deployments on Azure, AWS and Google Cloud Platform, and PaaS services on Azure HDInsight and AWS EMR. Supported services as part of Unravel’s early access program include AWS Redshift and AWS Athena.
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