The FreeEed product is intended for enterprises bringing eDiscovery in-house, for integrators and consultants who are preparing their eDiscovery toolboxes, and for auditors, who essentially need to do eDiscovery tasks but without the eDiscovery price tag. Whether one is looking for the first pass review of his data or needs to cull down the volume significantly before he sends it to an eDiscovery vendor, he owes it to himself to evaluate FreeEed.
FreeEed is completely open source under business-friendly Apache 2.0 license. It is based on Hadoop, the de-facto standard for Big Data back-end technologies, and works with all major Hadoop distributions. The work is underway to have it certified on HortonWorks’ HDP.
Jeff “BIGGIE Data” Chien of NetApp said, “Thrilled to demonstrate the ease, efficiency, and performance of discovery with SHMsoft FreeEed on Netapp E-series. Clients can now take advantage of these monumental e-Discovery improvements for all types of profit center workloads including legal, education, and research.”
On the cloud portion of FreeEed code,
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