Intel in Analytics: Hardware and Beyond
Intel offers the industry’s broadest and platform for In-Memory analytics, with significant capability to scale with increasing workloads., It is capable of supporting a variety of diverse analytic workloads, including real-time, In-Memory databases, scale-out Spark* deployments, high performance computing (HPC), and machine learning. It incorporates compute, storage, memory, fabric and networking technologies, all optimized for “work better together” performance where the whole is greater than the sum of the parts.
The result is a flexible infrastructure, with built-in security that delivers the high performance needed to meet today’s needs while forming a solid, trustworthy foundation for the future.
Intel® architecture gives IT organizations a consistent baseline across their infrastructure, with a predictable path for scaling analytics initiatives over time and a broad product offering, which means there is no need to support multiple architectures. It also offers a consistent software-programming model for developers, enabling them to focus on enhancing performance and features.
Intel architecture is supported by a rich ecosystem of hardware and software partners. Intel actively collaborates with these partners on an ongoing basis to help optimize their product performance on Intel® architecture.
With Intel as an analytics partner, organizations have the flexibility to choose an open source software platform or one of the industry-leading commercial platforms, such as those from SAS*, SAP*, Oracle*, IBM* and Microsoft*, and many others.
With its history of success, Intel is a rich source of information about what it takes to succeed with an In-Memory analytics initiative.
Intel is primarily known for its processors, and for many, the Intel® Xeon® processor family has long been synonymous with In-Memory analytics. The full story, however, is much, much broader, and well worth investigating. Click here to learn more about how Intel can help your organization to develop an In-Memory analytics strategy.