Data is driving growth. But as companies turn to hybrid clouds, data becomes trapped in data silos across multiple clouds. That creates compliance and operational challenges that lock you out of your data and prevent you from taking control of your hybrid cloud data strategy.
Hortonworks puts you back in control. We provide a 100% open source platform and expertise to consistently manage, secure, and access data—on premises, across multi-clouds, and to the edge.
The Value of Cloud and Data Today and in the Future
Manage all your data
Combat growing hybrid cloud data silos
A data fabric lets you overcome the challenges created by data silos. Hortonworks DataPlane provides key benefits:
Enables a uniform data fabric with a consistent set of capabilities including data access, discovery, transformation, integration, preparation, and orchestration of data sources to support workloads and use cases.
Connects on-prem and multi-cloud silos in an open, hybrid data architecture. That lets you to connect disparate silos across cloud platforms and SaaS solutions and eliminate cloud vendor lock-in.
Links the data from the edge to the enterprise with Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) and Hortonworks DataFlow (HDF).
Provides a single point of access to data wherever it resides.
With growing threats and regulatory pressures, consistent security and governance is critical. Hortonworks Data Platform and Hortonworks DataPlane provide a unique approach to defining and enforcing security and governance across on-premises and multi-clouds. They allow you to:
Enable common metadata across cloud environment to treat data consistently.
Provide operational efficiency through a reliable set of policies, enforceable across data locations and workloads, that reduce costs of maintaining unique policies across each new data or analytics silo.
Establish a single set of policies that can be enforced across cloud providers.
Ensure compliance with a single set of defined, managed, and enforced policies across workloads whether they run on-premises or on public and private cloud data silos, reducing risk from out-of-date or incorrect controls.
Reduce time to value and proliferation of shadow IT
The key to a modern data architecture is workload and data mobility. The ability to manage, distribute, and spin up workloads in any cloud enhances business agility. Hortonworks platforms enable you to:
Support multi-cloud with data connectors to the native storage services of major clouds such as AWS S3, Microsoft ADLS, and Google Cloud Storage.
Move data, security policies, and lineage information using Hortonworks Data Lifecycle Manager (DLM) between on-premises and native cloud stores to support operations and improve disaster recovery and replication.
Reduce time to value by creating cloud-like workload agility for your business customers while maintaining governance and security.
Overall, customers are achieving a 37% reduction in operational costs by moving to these standardized tools across hybrid and multi-clouds.
The Open Hybrid Architecture Initiative—the last mile of our endeavor to deliver on the promise of hybrid cloud—is a broad effort spanning open source communities, partner ecosystems, and Hortonworks platforms to enable a consistent experience by bringing cloud architecture on-premises for the enterprise.
A consistent architecture and interaction model lets you move data and workloads across on-premises and multiple clouds using platforms like Hortonworks DataPlane. Through this initiative, we deliver a consistent architecture no matter where your data resides—in any cloud, on-premises, or at the edge.
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