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Spark Analytics Quickstarts

zData uses Big Data-as-a-Service to help make BIG DATA small and more manageable.  The definition of Big Data-as-a-Service (BDaaS), has been described as a term referring to services that offer analysis of large or complex data sets, usually over the Internet, as cloud hosted services. Similar types of services include software as a service (SaaS), infrastructure as a service (IaaS), or Platform as a Service (PaaS). Big Data-as-a-Service options are used to help consolidate and simplify those offerings, providing an actionable platform readily consumable by the business.  An enterprise getting started with Big Data or considering moving their Big Data infrastructure to the cloud needs more than just hosted database solutions.  They need an agile, full-stack offering that allows their internal data science and analytical teams to collaborate and quickly iterate their ideas without overburdening IT.zData utilizes open source technology, which presents a very attractive entry point for helping companies start by making Big Data small and creating an easy entrance into Big Data.  
We start with smaller-scale deployments and grow from there – making your BIG DATA smaller and easier to manage. We feature three different startup packages creating a turnkey solution to start storing and using your companies Big Data. Our standardized offerings include the ZD50, ZD100, and ZD1000.

ZD50 – Open Source

Using open source software and managed cloud hosting, the ZD50 is the perfect environment to enter, test, and start exploring your data. With up to 500GB of storage, this initial phase allows for plenty of room to get you up and running.


The ZD100 takes your data needs up a notch offering more space (500GB-1TB), and the need to implement paid tools with higher functionality and integration.  zData can guide you in the transition from open source products to new larger robust tools that deal with Data Storage, Discovery & Visualization, Predictive & Advanced Analytics, to BI & Reporting.


You have the data, now what do you do with it?  You have reached a point where you are storing 1TB-3PB of data and cloud hosting is no longer a cost effective solution.  zData can assist in the move from the cloud to on-prem hardware.  As a reseller of Cisco and EMC, zData takes care of everything from the purchase to setup and installation.




ZD50 Package Includes:

– Fundamentals Training – 1 Day
– Cloud Managed Hosting
– Data Storage
– Open Source Environment Analytics & BI


ZD100 Package Includes:

– Quickstart Training – 3 Day
– Cloud Managed Hosting
– Data Storage
– Analytics & BI Environment

ZD1000 Package Includes:

– Advanced Training – 5 Day
– Managed Service
– Data Storage
– Analytics & BI Environment
Our Big Data-as-a-Service offerings the ZD50 as an entry point and the ZD100 and ZD1000 for the medium to large enterprise, use standardized software with the easiest migration from open source to the enterprise class.

These solutions combined with our Data Lake quickstart service packages provide your company the ideal entry point for Big Data, with an easy entry point with our tiered process approach.

All zData packages can be implemented with the Business Data Lake. Learn More!

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