Orzota, a big data solutions provider, partners with Hortonworks to deliver enterprise Hadoop solutions powered by Hortonworks Data Platform.
Sunnyvale, CA, June 10, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) - Orzota, a big data solutions company, today announced that it has joined the Hortonworks Systems Integrator Partner Program and will deliver big data solutions powered by Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP). Hortonworks is the leading contributor to and provider of ApacheTM Hadoop®, the most widely used big data technology today. Orzota’s customers can now benefit from a big data solution that includes an enterprise-grade Hadoop platform.
By joining the Hortonworks Systems Integrator Partner Program, Orzota will strengthen its ability to implement enterprise-level big data solutions based on the industry’s only 100- percent open source Hadoop distribution, explicitly architected, built, and tested for enterprise-grade eployments.
Orzota helps customers create a sound big data strategy and a robust, scalable big data architecture. Orzota has implemented solutions for Fortune 500 companies, enabling customers to derive new business insights from their data assets. Orzota’s custom process and tools help speed up deployments, reducing cost and complexity. With the Hortonworks partnership, our customers can now benefit from a fully supported Hadoop distribution as part of their data architecture.
"We are very excited to partner with Hortonworks to ensure that our solutions use an enterprise Hadoop platform. Our clients expect a scalable, highly available and secure architecture and this relationship will help us meet their expectations," said Orzota founder and CTO, Bharath Mundlapudi.
"We welcome Orzota to the Hortonworks Systems Integrator Partner Program and look forward to working with them to provide data-driven applications powered by HDP for their customers," said John Kreisa, vice president of strategic marketing at Hortonworks. "Orzota’s experience and exclusive focus on big data technologies enables them to deliver high value solutions for enterprises, now including 100-percent open source Hadoop."