FREMONT, CA: Booz Allen Hamilton, an enterprise strategy and technology consulting solutions provider, and Hortonworks –a provider of Apache Hadoop data platform to enterprises – join hands to offer better data analytics that help enterprises to turn data into an valuable asset.
While the organizations are in search of solutions to address the challenges faced in efficiency and cost savings of data analytics, the partnership rightly provides the necessary abilities with change to analyze the data in a better way.
The alliance between Booz Allen and Hortonworks enables clients of federal and commercial sectors to acquire insights through seamless integration of Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) and Booz Allen’s software tools and products. Customers can benefit through the enterprise-level, open source Apache Hadoop data platform with the integration of data science, cloud architecture, internet of things, data strategy and maximize returns on investment into their Hadoop adoption plans.
The partnership works to offer solutions to the most demanding challenges of the time that include detection of next wave cyber security threats, quick drug discovery, identification of financial crimes, detection of disease outbreaks, curbing threats to the nation and military, and improving transportation. The utilization of Hadoop by Booz Allen helps it to gain insights from clinical, regulatory and biomedical research data.
Booz Allen’s Knowledge and skills with the integration of Hadoop creates an environment that facilitates data science to address various problems such as evaluating the potential for debt default, managing healthcare supply chains, and finding cyber attacks.
“Hortonworks and Booz Allen are committed to helping enterprises around the globe manage all data and analytics for insight-driven decisions,” says Chris Sullivan, VP, Global channels and Alliances, Hortonworks. “This alliance will enhance Booz Allen’s ability to implement enterprise-level big data software, including HDP, to turn data into an asset, further addressing the business and technology needs of organizations.”