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Radoop Introduces Standard and Enterprise Edition of an Easy-to-use Big Data Analytics Tool
Radoop, the company that makes big data analytics easier to use, today announced the general availability of Radoop Standard and Enterprise Edition 1.0.
Radoop is an easy-to-use workbench for analyzing large data sets and it provides an intuitive user interface for ETL, analytics, visualization and machine learning for big data. The tool is exceptionally easy to learn and even non-technical people can use it, but it also includes advanced features for experienced data analysts.
These two new products are likely to change how companies analyze their big data assets. Radoop makes the large data sets accessible for anyone in the company so they can generate reports and get insights from the tremendous amount of information hidden there and turn it into business value for the company.
Radoop Standard Edition is powered by RapidMiner, the most popular open-source data mining tool, and it provides a simple and flexible data flow interface for defining big data analytics processes. It integrates with existing Hadoop clusters and works seamlessly with many different Hadoop distributions:
Radoop Enterprise Edition is further powered by RapidAnalytics, an open-source analytics server that adds user management, collaboration and process sharing for analysts, scheduled execution of analysis processes, and web access to reports and results.
Both products are available starting from today and they are provided with professional support. Training and consulting are available from Radoop itself and from several partners.
More information can be found at http://www.radoop.eu .
Radoop is a big data analytics company with the goal of lowering the barrier for using distributed data analytics systems. Radoop products allow even non-technical people to access and analyze big data, but also provide scripting and advanced predictive analytics for experts. The Radoop Standard and Enterprise Edition are integrated into RapidMiner, the most popular open-source data mining tool, and push computations to a Hadoop cluster. Radoop also offers training and support on its products, as well as big data analytics consulting services.