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SenSage Announces Cloud-Based Event Data Warehouse Offering
SAN FRANCISCO, July 15 /PRNewswire/ -- SenSage, Inc. today unveiled its latest event data warehouse software, SenSage 4.5, bringing the full power of unlimited, elastic storage and processing to cloud-based event data warehousing applications. SenSage 4.5 provides dramatic reduction in total cost of ownership by enabling server, storage and data virtualization in a single event data warehousing platform, along with a menu of pre-built governance risk and compliance (GRC) solutions. SenSage cloud-based solutions are currently being deployed in multiple petabyte-scale implementations.
Complex GRC mandates are straining corporate budgets and legacy data management infrastructures. Organizations are facing unprecedented and escalating requirements to analyze, retain and immediately respond to risk incidents identified through log files, banking transactions, call records, network traffic and other types of event data. Increasingly, enterprises and services providers are looking to cloud-based data warehousing solutions to lower their costs and improve service delivery. Attributes of these solutions include the following:
-- Huge daily loads that exceed multiple terabytes of data per day
-- Online retention and analysis for years of data
-- Complex access patterns by multiple users, including operational,
risk, security and business groups
-- Need for real-time, all-the-time monitoring
SenSage's breakthrough technology advantage is based on the integration of its patented columnar database, agentless event-specific ETL and intuitive business intelligence suite across clusters of commodity servers and storage to deliver highly targeted business solutions. SenSage provides pre-built, solution-specific data marts for GRC, SIEM and log management, telco CDRs, and others.
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