Hortonworks Advances Global Data Management With Hortonworks Dataplane Service

by October 3, 2017 0 comments

Hortonwork announced Hortonworks DataPlane Service (Hortonworks DPS), a service that reimagines and automates delivery of the modern data architecture. Hortonworks DPS makes it simple to provision and operates distributed data systems no matter the use case, whether for data science, self-service analytics or data warehousing optimization. And because governance capabilities are built-in and based on open source technologies such as Apache Atlas, Hortonworks DPS users will enjoy easy access to trusted data available behind the firewall, public cloud or a combination. This enables organizations to get trusted lineage from source to destination, regardless of type or origin.

Many modern businesses struggle to balance the demands of rapidly innovating through new technologies like machine learning with the need to keep data safe and secure, all while responding to a constantly changing regulatory landscape. This puts data stewards, data engineers, architects, data scientists and analysts under intense pressure as they must contend with existing and new applications, multiple logical and physical data stores and sources, diverse data types and data spread across several deployment environments. Hortonworks DPS helps solve these challenges by extending value to:

· Data stewards to investigate lineage, improve quality and eliminate redundancies across data assets.
· Data engineers to move, backup and restore data assets across environments and sources, while implementing an efficient data storage tiering policy.
· Data architects to define security and governance policies that are automatically enforced to meet compliance requirements.
· Data scientists and data analysts to understand cross source lineage, apply models across types of data and gain access to data to gain     deeper insight into both pre and post transaction analysis.

Hortonworks DPS is delivered as a service and leverages open source technologies to share and extend the value of a modern data architecture in heterogeneous environments. Consistent with Hortonworks’ approach to open source collaboration, this enables compatibility with a broad array of data center technologies upon which new services and partner applications can be built.

In addition, IBM will integrate its IBM Unified Governance Platform with Hortonworks DPS. When used in tandem, clients will be able to define, implement and operate enterprise-wide governance programs that simplify compliance and analytics.

Shared Core Capabilities
Hortonworks DPS includes core capabilities to control clusters, enable central security and governance and integrate with all of an organization’s existing sources, including multiple clusters. The core capabilities include:

· Data source integration to register and create data sources to allow consolidated access.
· Data services catalog for full configuration and management utilities for the enablement of new services.
· Security controls for full definition of security access controls including persona definitions.

Extensible Services
The pluggable architecture of Hortonworks DPS will allow for additional services from Hortonworks as well as partner services. The first extension from Hortonworks is the Data Lifecycle Manager. Data Lifecycle Manager manages the lifecycle of data assets and maintains context for use that complies with central security and governance policies. This service lets enterprises control and manage the lifecycle of data across multiple tiers, including replication and disaster recovery, reliable and efficient backup and restore, agile and automated tiering options to reduce costs and more efficient access to data sources.

Hortonworks plans to deliver additional extensible services that will plug into Hortonworks DPS such as the ability for users to understand, secure and govern data types consistently across enterprise data lakes, and the ability to deploy clusters to the cloud or specific workloads to different environments. Additionally, Hortonworks and IBM are working together to make IBM’s Data Science Experience, Big SQL, Big Integrate and Big Quality services natively available within Hortonworks DPS.

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