The elephant of Apache Hadoop is increasingly acclaimed by thousands of developers and companies around the world. As big data and the demands of real-time analytics increase globally, the emergence of Hadoop has created new oceans to explore data.
Now, Oracle has a new software product that is designed to help big data demands. This product called
Users of the Oracle database have long had access to graphical tools and analytic space, which are used to discover relationships and analyze data sets involving location. With the intention to meet diverse data sets and minimize the need for data movement, Oracle created the product so that it can process data natively on Hadoop and parallel on MapReduce using structures in memory.
There are two main components. One is a graph of property distributed to more than 35 high-performance analytic functions, parallel and in memory. The other is a collection of functions and services of spatial analysis to evaluate data based on how close or far you find something, whether it falls within a border or region, or for processing and displaying data and geospatial imagery. Analysts can then discover relationships and connections between clients, organizations and assets.
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