PALO ALTO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nov 16, 2020–
Hybrid cloud data warehouse company Yellowbrick Data today announced significant product innovations for optimizing enterprise performance, availability, and security and debuted a new entry-level offering that provides the power of Yellowbrick to enterprise customers with smaller-scale use cases.
“Data warehouses are becoming absolutely business-critical,” said Neil Carson, CEO of Yellowbrick Data. “Release 5 strengthens our product for demanding fault-tolerant applications, and our new Standard Service Plan extends the power of Yellowbrick to smaller use cases than before. Businesses of all sizes know that real-time data and analytics power their competitive edge. We’re committed to their success.”
Yellowbrick Data Release 5
Yellowbrick Data Release 5 delivers new capabilities that further strengthen Yellowbrick’s position as the leader in price/performance, including:
- More investments in business-critical reliability and performance. Customers already depend on Yellowbrick’s Advanced Workload Management to help enable speed-of-thought insights 24x7x365. Release 5 adds rapidly self-healing clusters for fault tolerance. In addition, query visibility in Release 5 is more granular, giving users subsecond control of a query across its lifetime.
- Finer-grained security. An updated security model now allows customers to fully protect their data warehouse with finer-grained security, limiting the number of super users.
- Faster query building with SQL functions. Developers can be more productive and save time building queries with new support for SQL user-defined functions.
“Next-generation, enhanced Release 5 Workload Management features promise further performance and control in an already strong ‘big data’ warehousing and analytics platform,” said Steve Emmerich, chief architect at ACI Worldwide, a Yellowbrick customer that powers digital payments for more than 6,000 organizations around the world. More than 1,000 of the largest financial institutions and intermediaries, as well as thousands of global merchants, rely on ACI to execute $14 trillion each day in payments and securities.