Altoros Recognized as One of Top Hadoop and Big Data Consultants

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Altoros, a big data and Platform-as-a-Service specialist, has been recognized as a market leader in Hadoop and big data consulting, according to a 2014 study by SourcingLine, a research company based in Washington, DC. The research leverages proprietary methodology to identify top services firms and map their capabilities. Companies are plotted on the Leaders Matrix based on their proven ability to deliver and focus on a service type.


Sunnyvale, United States, May 26, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) -

 

Independent research using qualified customer interviews

 

The analysis based on verified customer interviews gave Altoros a high ranking on two lists: Top Big Data & BI Consulting Companies and Top Hadoop Consulting Companies.

 

http://www.sourcingline.com/research/big-data-consultants

https://www.sourcingline.com/research/hadoop-consultants

 

“All of the selected companies focus primarily on big data analytics or Hadoop and have proven they can provide tangible value to data driven enterprises,” says Tim Clarke, Senior Business Analyst at SourcingLine. “However, it is often challenging for prospective buyers to devise a short-list of leading firms. Our research aims to expedite the procurement process and help connect buyers with qualified service providers.”

 

Altoros was selected out of dozens of big data and Hadoop consulting companies evaluated by SourcingLine. One of the main factors behind this level of expertise and customer satisfaction is research made by the company over the last couple of years. It includes a vendor-independent benchmark of NoSQL databases, a cloud platform comparison, an evaluation of private PaaS systems, etc. Another paper on big data recently published by Altoros is a Hadoop cluster benchmark, a detailed performance comparison of major Hadoop distributions.

 

http://www.altoros.com/hadoop_benchmark.html

 

Benchmarking performance of big data solutions

 

To learn more about these and other research on big data product performance, attend Altoros’s session at the 2014 NoSQL Now! conference.

 

What: “A Vendor-independent Comparison of NoSQL DB Performance Based on Real-life Cases”

Who: Renat Khasanshyn, CEO at Altoros

When: August 20, 2014

Where: San Jose Convention Center, CA (U.S.)

Details: http://nosql2014.dataversity.net/sessionPop.cfm

 

The session will focus on benchmarking Couchbase, MongoDB, Cassandra, Riak, NuoDB, and MySQL clusters side-by-side using a high-performance server configuration on Amazon. Attendees will learn how NoSQL databases differ from each other, the strengths and weaknesses of different DB options, and potential pitfalls to avoid when working with AWS EC2.

 

About SourcingLine

 

SourcingLine is a Washington, DC-based research firm focused on IT and digital marketing services. The company provides independent, quantitative analysis on leading services firms to support procurement decisions in small, medium and large enterprises. SourchingLine’s research leverages a proprietary framework known as the Leaders Matrix, which maps firms’ focus areas and their ability to deliver. See more at www.sourcingline.com.

 

About Altoros

 

Altoros is a big data and Platform-as-a-Service specialist that builds solutions on the intersection of Hadoop, NoSQL, Cloud Foundry PaaS, and multi-cloud automation. 91.5% of 250+ Altoros’s employees are senior- and mid-level engineers. Headquartered in Silicon Valley (Sunnyvale, California), Altoros runs 10 offices across Europe and Americas. Key customers include Sony, RightScale, Couchbase, NuoDB, Joyent, NephoScale, etc. For more, please visit www.altoros.com or follow @altoros.

 

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