XtremeData dbX-Data (Red Hat Enterprise Linux Edition)

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Linux/Unix
Linux/Unix

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XtremeData dbX-Data (Red Hat Enterprise Linux Edition)

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XtremeData dbX-Data (Red Hat Enterprise Linux Edition)

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XtremeData is for users looking for unprecedented agility, performance and economics for big data analytics. It is for high performance business intelligence and analytics against 1-100's of terabytes of data using SQL tools. It is for users who want to do real-time ingests and concurrent query access for analytics on massive amount of data. Packed with innovations, XtremeData is schema/query agnostic - eliminates need for careful data modeling and minimizes need for query-aware implementations. XtremeData is engineered for scalability and eliminates the need for performance tuning and engineering. XtremeData puts power in the hands of users. Whether on a production or project basis, XtremeData is for users who want to deploy with speed and without the headaches of traditional IT development lifecycle and capital expense. XtremeData is on-demand and enables users to self provision multi-terabytes analytics databases in minutes, and only pay for what is used. To use this product, you will need subscribe to XtremeData dbX-Head as well, which is also available in the AWS Marketplace.

NOTE: At this time, this product instance must be launched using the "Launch with EC2 Console" option. Once you click the "Continue" button and arrive at the "Launch with EC2 Console" tab, follow the "Installation Instructions" near the bottom of the page. Please refer to the set-up instructions under "Resources" for more information.

Amazon EC2 running Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides a dependable platform to deploy a broad range of applications. By running RHEL on EC2, you can leverage the cost effectiveness, scalability and flexibility of Amazon EC2, the proven reliability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and AWS premium support with back-line support from Red Hat. Amazon EC2 running Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides seamless integration with existing Amazon EC2 features including Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS), Amazon CloudWatch, Elastic-Load Balancing, and Elastic IPs.

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3.2.5

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Linux/Unix, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.3

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