We use cookies and other similar technologies (Cookies) to enhance your experience and to provide you with relevant content and ads. By using our website, you are agreeing to the use of Cookies. You can change your settings at any time. Cookie Policy.


Blog: Shawn Rogers Subscribe to this blog's RSS feed!

Not Pictured

Thank you for visiting my blog. I am a Cofounder & Technical Advisor here at the BeyeNETWORK. Having covered the business intelligence and data warehousing industry for more than 15 years, I'm looking forward to a more interactive form of communication with all of you. Please share your comments and thoughts!

 

 

IAP%20Small.jpg dataupia%20logo.jpg

John O'Brien CTO and Co-founder of Dataupia is up briefing the Independent Analyst Platform. John is highlighting three of the differences that the Dataupia Satori brings to the market.

1. Non-disruptive
2. Continuously scalable
3. Highly cost effective

Another upside to Dataupia is that it is a very "green machine"
The ideal market for Dataupia is right in the mainstream data warehousing space ODS, routine business intelligence and long term data needs arena.

John is sharing the 36 month plan for the company and it looks good. Dataupia got its early traction in the telco market working with firms like Subex, Sendio, Tektronix and others. The massive amounts of Call Data Records (CDR) records collected by the telcom industry makes them a great fit for an appliance solution like Satori Server.

Lastly, the aim of Dataupia isn't to come in and "rip and replace" your existing database installation the appliance is actually designed to site next/over your existing architecture and add power to what you already have. The upside here is that you don't waste money by tossing out what you have and as you scale the Satori Server environment you see significant cost savings over the traditional route of upgrading Oracle, DB2 and SQL Server.


Phoenix Temperature Update: 109 F at 4:00PM

Tag: Business Intelligence, Independent Analyst Platform, Dataupia


Posted July 2, 2008 4:35 PM
Permalink | No Comments |

Leave a comment

    
Search this blog
Categories ›
Archives ›
Recent Entries ›
Twitter Updates