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Kyvos is a disruptive Big Data solution that delivers the fastest BI on the planet at massive scale. Our patent-pending OLAP technology enables Fortune 500 companies to query billions of rows of data within seconds and helps business leaders make informed decisions. We harness the true potential of data lakes in partnership with industry leaders in BI, Cloud, and Hadoop technologies. Kyvos has been shown to be 100x faster than Hive and Impala on standard benchmarks.

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Kyvos Insights

Founded in 2014

Located in United States

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  • Installed - Mac
  • Cloud, SaaS, Web
  • Installed - Windows
  • Mobile - iOS Native
  • Mobile - Android Native


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BI on Big Data Features

Data Blends
Data Cleansing
Data Mining
Data Visualization
Data Warehousing
High Volume Processing
No-Code Sandbox
Predictive Analytics

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Rakesh M.
Investment Management, Unspecified
Used the software for: 2+ years
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Source: Capterra
June 7, 2017

“HDFS files are write once files. I consider HDFS files as write-once and read-many files”

ProsI like MapReduce code a lot. Mappers and Reducers and how the overall hierarchy goes by. Hadoop is a platform that I have chosen a year ago and still I am in love with it because of it's simplicity for solving complex problems involving very large database. I also did Apache Giraph which goes into graph processing and was a great experience learning a whole new product of Hadoop. I like solving real life challenges using Hadoop like predicting earthquakes so that the results could be less devastating. This is one of my proposed ideas but there are many more like these which I like a lot.
ConsHDFS doesn't do random reads very well. A caveat of HDFS to remember, it is a distributed file system abstracted on top of local file system by hadoop, suitable for storing huge files; however, it does not provide facility of tabular form of storage as such.
Source: Capterra
June 7, 2017