With some the planet’s most important interactions running on them, relational application and database environments like Oracle, Microsoft and SAP contain large amounts of valuable enterprise data. However, the true value in this data is rarely uncovered because it is difficult to extract, store and enable end user access for analytics purposes. In this note, I will talk about some of the key challenges encountered by enterprises as they try to liberate their data.
Bryte is delighted to announce that we have attained Advanced Technology partner for Amazon Web Services and “Big Data Competency” awarded by the Amazon Web Services Partner Network scheme in recognition of our proficiency and success in delivering Big Data solutions with our BryteFlow product.
Bryte Systems partners with Business Intelligence (BI) and analytics software vendor, Yellowfin, to deliver a scalable cloud-based Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) Big Data Analytics solution for Amazon Web Services (AWS).
We are proud to announce that Bryte has been named as a finalist in the CeBIT 2013 Business awards. We have been nominated as a finalist in the “Top Business Solutions” category for the innovative BryteFlow product which will be on show at CeBIT.
Hadoop Data Lakes were very popular as the databases and analytical appliances could not scale for the large amounts of data and unstructured data. Hadoop being Open Source was also the reason for this trend as it was much cheaper to use rather than an expensive analytical appliance or database for a Data Lake.
Executives and business leaders often ask me about data security for their Amazon S3 Data Lakes. Here, I'll provide a brief and easy digestible overview on my team's approach - designed to be read and consumed in under 5 minutes :)
Oracle has made the announcement as below a while back regarding the deprecation of Oracle Streams and Advanced Replication.
Bryte Systems, provider of Enterprise Cloud Data Lake Software, has incorporated in the US and opened up an office in San Francisco as it sets its sights on international expansion in 2018. Founded in Australia, Bryte has self funded significant growth since launching its Enterprise Data Lake software in 2015 and has attracted large tier-1 firms like Under Armour, Woolworths Group Limited, Origin Energy, ANZ Bank and NIB Health as clients.
Bryte is excited to partner with Microsoft with offerings for Azure SQL Data Warehouse
We are delighted to be featured on the Rust Report as one of the “Companies to Watch” – “The Who’s Who of Aussie ICT”