Dell EMC to Resell BlueData EPIC Software for Containerized Big Data Workloads
BlueData, provider of a leading Big-Data-as-a-Service (BDaaS) software platform, today announced that it has signed a reseller agreement with Dell EMC, becoming a Select partner in Dell EMC’s Technology Connect Partner Program. The two companies will deepen their go-to market relationship to deliver the BlueData EPIC software platform to Dell EMC’s enterprise customers across the globe.
BlueData is disrupting the traditional deployment model for Big Data analytics, with a fundamentally new and more cost-effective approach,” said Keith Manthey, CTO of Analytics at Dell EMC. “Now enterprises can get cloud-like agility and flexibility with containerized Big Data applications, while ensuring comparable performance and security to that of a bare-metal environment. We look forward to working with BlueData to bring these benefits to our joint customers.
BlueData EPIC software uses Docker container technology to help simplify and accelerate the deployment of Big Data analytics and data science environments in the enterprise. Together, Dell EMC and BlueData provide a comprehensive solution to accelerate time-to-value and reduce TCO for Big Data infrastructure. With Dell EMC and BlueData, enterprises can deliver exceptional simplicity, speed, efficiency, and performance for their Big Data implementations.
Dell Technologies Capital is an early investor in BlueData, and an active member of their Board of Directors, providing valuable business guidance and access to the broad Dell Technologies ecosystem. This latest agreement deepens the go-to-market relationship between BlueData and Dell Technologies and is an important step in helping the company to continue to scale its business.
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