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Presenting Splout Cloud

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Whether you work in SQL Server Management Studio or Visual Studio, Redgate tools integrate with your existing infrastructure, enabling you to align DevOps for your applications with DevOps for your SQL Server databases. Discover true Database DevOps, brought to you in partnership with Redgate.

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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