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IBM PureData System for Hadoop

IBM PureData System for Hadoop is part of the IBM PureSystems family of solutions (including IBM PureApplication System, IBM PureFlex System and PureData System) and is designed to help organizations embrace big data, cloud computingand mobile computing. According to IBM, the system has built-in data archive capabilities to analyze historical data and conduct real-time data analysis.

IBM PureData System for Hadoop is essentially an extension of IBM's Hadoop-based platform (called InfoSphere BigInsights) that  allows companies of all sizes to cost-effectively manage and analyze data, and manage administrative, workflow, provisioning and security.

Learn more about Hadoop, an open-source platform from the Apache Software Foundation.







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