Wipro today announced that it has open sourced its big data solution - Big Data Ready Enterprise (BDRE). It simplifies big data technology adoption and optimizes big data workloads under an integrated uni?ed framework.
The product addresses the complete lifecycle of managing data across enterprise data lakes, making it possible to ingest, organize, enrich, process, analyze, govern and extract data at a fast pace, significantly accelerating the big data implementation in a cost effective manner. BDRE is in production with multiple clients and has over 100 opportunities across numerous verticals. It is released under the Apache Public License v2.0 and hosted on GitHub.
"BDRE will not only make big data technology adoption simpler and effective, it will also open opportunities across industry verticals that organizations can successfully leverage. Being at the forefront of innovation in big data, we are able to guide organizations that seek to benefit from the strategic, financial, organizational and technological benefits of adopting open source technologies," said Bhanumurthy B. M., president & chief operating officer, Wipro Limited.
Releasing BDRE to the community will enable product growth in terms of new features and capabilities and also help numerous organizations with Big Data implementations.
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