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Cambridge Semantics Unveils Anzo Smart Data Lake 4.0



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Cambridge Semantics, a provider of big data management and analytics solutions, has introduced the latest release of its flagship platform, Anzo Smart Data Lake (ASDL) 4.0, that builds a semantic layer at scale on all enterprise data.

Incorporating several new technical advancements designed to deliver a generational shift over current data lake, data management and data analytics offerings, ASDL 4.0 offers an end-to-end, enterprise-scale open platform that creates a single semantic layer of an organization’s structured and unstructured data. The platform is designed to break down the IT barriers that can cost enterprises millions of dollars in lost opportunities by slowing down or blocking data access.

ASDL 4.0 includes Automated Rapid Ingestion that supports connectivity to both internal and external sources, including cloud environments and existing data lakes, and ingests both structured and unstructured data through horizontally scaled, automated ETL processes; and a Data Catalog that leverages graph models to describe the data in business contexts and capture all the different types of data required, spanning all enterprise data sources and all data sets stored in ASDL.

In addition, collections of datasets called Graphmarts connect the Cambridge Semantics’ Anzo Graph Query Engine (AGQE) to data in ASDL, bringing together subsets of data on-demand for preparation, analysis and access. Users can also add Data Layers to their Graphmarts for data cleansing, transformation, linking and access control - dynamically enhancing the in-memory graph in an iterative manner.

ASDL’s Hi-Res Analytics provides an interactive and intuitive exploratory experience that allows citizen data scientists, analysts and business users to get data and answers to ad hoc questions in real time encompassing the full breadth and complexity of all their information assets. 

For more information, visit www.cambridgesemantics.com.


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