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Paxata Open Platform and Enterprise Grade Governance

Paxata Open Platform and Enterprise Grade Governance
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Paxata, latest version provides business analysts with comprehensive data preparation capabilities and unparalleled governance and administrative controls. Paxata’s platform serves as the connected information layer within some of the world’s largest, most complex infrastructures, whether used on-premises, in private clouds, or in a company’s proprietary cloud-based data preparation as a service (DPaaS) offering.

Supported by enterprise-grade security and a multi-tenant governance model, the release gives administrators the ability to deploy Paxata in heterogeneous environments including the Hortonworks Data Platform on YARN and with multiple flavors of Apache Spark. The latest version also significantly improves how business analysts can find, access and apply data by delivering additional one-click capabilities powered by machine learning innovations.

Designed to improve the business analyst experience, the release supports new, easy to use visual data transformations. These include auto number for automatically creating unique identifiers and fill down that intelligently detects missing values in a column caused by aggregation and fills them in. The solution includes sophisticated machine learning and other advanced algorithms such as improved accuracy and performance for recommendations. It also includes expanded coverage for multiple dataset use cases, and enhancements to facilitate new business scenarios with complex textual data such as product catalog descriptions.

With enterprise-grade multi-tenant governance capabilities, Paxata eliminates the security and control concerns IT and business users face with traditional desktop applications. Using Paxata, business teams operate with greater security without having to change how they access the system. Administrators can leverage their organizations’ existing investments in authentication and authorization and still retain complete flexibility with per-tenant governance schemes and the ability to delegate application-specific group creation to trusted end-users. More specifically the Winter release:

• Integrates with LDAP: which allows administrators to manage application access and user roles with their existing trusted central directory services via Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)-compliant integration for both authentication and authorization.

• Integrates with SAML for SSO: lets administrators leverage Paxata’s industry standard SAML 2.x integration which allows users to login to Paxata without entering any credentials via Single-Sign On capabilities common among other business-critical applications.

• Provides dynamic provisioning: which gives administrators the freedom to provision new users and groups in Paxata selected from their central and trusted LDAP directory. Paxata syncs directly to existing authentication and authorization providers for the most up-to-date status for users joining, switching groups, and leaving the organization. It avoids the common sync challenges found in static systems and helps ensure unified user management.

Paxata’s open, flexible architecture offers critical capabilities for enterprises with mixed Hadoop environments across the business for different data storage and processing scenarios. Paxata’s latest release can be run on Apache Spark deployed on YARN for optimized cluster usage. This allows administrators to maximize their existing hardware investments by co-locating Paxata with other Spark-based technologies, and flexibly adjust resources allocated to Paxata.

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