SAIC introduces new big data software platform
Mar 04, 2013 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
Science Applications International Corporation, or SAIC, has introduced DigitalEdge, a big data software platform capable of real-time, high-volume data ingestion and processing from complex data sources.
DigitalEdge is the first technology release from a family of Critical Insight big data optimization solutions for the enterprise. Large organizations in industries such as energy, financial services, health, national security and telecommunications can now benefit from a new intelligence solution that facilitates real-time actionable business decisions, generating alerts for applied use cases such as cyber security threats, electronic financial fraud detection, medical research and digital anomalies, the company said.
The DigitalEdge platform enables automatic scaling to handle the on-boarding and processing of high velocity streaming data. DigitalEdge solves the problem of managing and interpreting complex information with data enrichment, which correlates and merges related data into context-rich records. DigitalEdge also empowers decision makers with real-time alerts when data anomalies are detected. The platform can process billions of data records per day while providing situational awareness based on user-defined alerting criteria, the company added.
The platform runs in private, public and hybrid cloud environments and can provide output to a number of NoSQL data stores based upon customer needs. Additionally, DigitalEdge can easily integrate with legacy systems, ingesting and analyzing data that an organization currently generates.
Gulu Gambhir, SAIC senior vice president, group chief technologist officer, said, "Live correlation of massive amounts of disparate data in-stream gives organizations their first glimpse of actionable digital intelligence with activity-based, contextual information to drive business decisions."
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