Attunity Maestro 2.0 Focuses on Big Data Management Automation

Attunity Maestro 2.0 Focuses on Big Data Management Automation

Attunity's new Maestro 2.0 platform focuses on automating Big Data events, while also providing users the opportunity to interact with data processes when needed.

Logic-based automation balanced with measured user interaction are the main selling points Attunity is deploying to promote Maestro 2.0, the Big Data management and distribution platform it released this week.

According to the company, the new Maestro release "orchestrates and automates complex, multi-stage IT processes and data flows into simple-to-use, workflow 'composition' templates." It also offers "rules-driven process controls that include operator approval, as well as event-based processes, to control execution of these compositions."

Put together, Attunity said, automation resources and tools assuring user interaction make Big Data operations more efficient and productive.

Attunity hopes the new version of its Big Data software will prove popular among enterprises seeking better workload scheduling and automation, which a June 2014 IDC report identified as a $3.82 billion market in 2013. The report authors expect that market to expand to $5.7 billion by 2018 as data grows in scale and businesses demand better optimization tools.

"Attunity is encouraged by Attunity Maestro’s growing momentum in the market to date," said Lawrence Schwartz, vice president of Marketing at Attunity. "Attunity Maestro provides an easy-to-use enterprise solution for managing and monitoring important data availability tasks that can be implemented quickly. These benefits are highly attractive to companies that need solutions to rapidly overcome growing information management challenges. Attunity Maestro can empower organizations with more control, visibility, higher efficiency and greater productivity—keys to ensuring a competitive advantage."

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