NxtGen adopts Cloudera analytics platform
New Delhi: Cloud services firm NxtGen on Tuesday announced to adopt US-based analytics platform provider Cloudera`s "Analytics as a Service" offering which will be available at NxtGen`s nine data centres across India.
"Analytics as a Service" offers NxtGen customers access to a one-stop shop where they can store unlimited amounts of data.
Customers can run analytics tool of their choice to gain value from data, all within the same platform.
"NxtGen`s customers will be able to use data analytics to build predictive models for more informed decision-making and better engage with their own customers," Amr Awadallah, Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Cloudera, said in a statement.
As part of the agreement, Cloudera will also support NxtGen in the setup of a "Centre of Excellence for Big Data Analytics" in Bengaluru.
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