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We have created Splout Cloud, a web-latency managed service in the AWS cloud. Splout Cloud converts any data files – regardless of their size – into a scalable, partitioned SQL querying engine. And unlike offline analytics engines, it is highly performant and fast enough so as to be able to provide sub-second queries and real-time aggregations to feed arbitrary web or mobile applications.

This is how Splout Cloud works:

  • The user synchronizes its data within a S3 bucket. For example, by uploading new files everyday.
  • A Splout Cloud cluster is instantiated within the user’s AWS account. Depending on the application’s needs, the size of this cluster is adjusted.
  • A partitioning data policy is defined. For example, partition customer sales by “customer_id”.
  • Splout Cloud transparently synchronizes the S3 bucket periodically. The user can query the cluster through a REST interface and build their own applications on top 
Splout Cloud is based on  Splout SQL, an open-source SQL database for Hadoop. 

For more information: 
http://sploutcloud.com/  . 

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