Elastic Analytics is an enterprise-ready, integrated solution that includes the infrastructure, management, security, support, and maintenance to run analytics solutions on a cloud environment. Elastic Analytics offers maximum flexibility, supporting most of the leading BI software packages, with the ability to expand and contract with customers’ business needs. This allows customers to take full advantage of the most powerful aspect of cloud computing, the consumption-based model, while maintaining the same look and feel to applications as if it was running in customers’ own data centers.
“Capgemini is enabling global enterprise organizations to rapidly scale out BI and big data solutions in the cloud, and we’re excited to be working closely together with them to bring these benefits to customers via AWS,” said
Elastic Analytics provides clients with an easily adaptable mix of technologies, sources and solutions that can be enabled for them, in a fraction of the time and cost of building a traditional Business Intelligence or Big Data solution. The solution is able to combine large source sets of structured and unstructured data, using existing ETL technologies and the AWS Hadoop-based solution, Amazon Elastic Map Reduce (EMR), to extract and merge the data into highly optimized analytics engines. Capgemini customers will then be able to leverage this environment to gain immediate business insights from their data.
“Organizations are struggling with the deluge of data and the ability to rapidly respond to new demand for insight from their business users.Cloud offers a way to deliver solutions quickly but BI and big data infrastructure is complex to set up,” explains
The Capgemini team has worked with a broad range of customers across multiple industry sectors to address a myriad of business objectives. From a large life sciences company that chose to leverage AWS to demonstrate the capabilities and advantages of using visualization tools, to create a Competitive Intelligence portal for its executives, through to a U.S.-based telecommunications firm, that used the solution to address significant data loading and performance problems, which were impeding the ‘time-to-value’ for analytics reporting. Using the AWS cloud gave these clients the ability to rapidly develop their respective solutions at a far lower cost and faster timeframe than traditional development methods.
With more than 125,000 people in 44 countries, Capgemini (www.capgemini.com) is one of the world's foremost providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services. The Group reported 2012 global revenues of
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