Integration with leading technology solution providers extend DriveScale’s powerful scale-out, Big Data infrastructure solution to maximize customer’s data centers. DriveScale’s technology partners include hardware vendors, Hadoop ecosystem vendors and Big Data software vendors.
At DriveScale we recognize the fact that our customers are always looking for best in class solutions that fit their particular needs. We have therefore partnered with leading vendors across the spectrum to bring to market, the finest technology products across hardware and software. And, we are constantly adding to this list to bring even more into the DriveScale ecosystem.
Technology partnerships also serve another purpose for our customers. It allows us to co-operate with these world class vendors to test and certify the DriveScale system and to provide world class product support to our customers. We would like to thank our technology partners and look forward to continued engagement with all of them.
Our Technology Partners
The DriveScale solution enables companies to more easily support Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) and Hadoop deployments of any size as well as other modern application workloads.
DriveScale is a certified technology partner in Dell EMC’s Technology Partner Program. By certifying the DriveScale System on Dell EMC PowerEdge Servers, Ethernet switches and Direct Attached Storage (DAS), customers are able to simplify and optimize data centers targeted at cloud-native or cloud-ready applications with dynamic workloads.
DriveScale is a member of Cloudera’s Technology ISV/IHV Partner Program.
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