By George Leopold


The latest version of Arcadia Data’s enterprise platform sharpens the visual analytics software vendor’s focus on generating data-driven applications with the long-term goal of making Hadoop and data lakes more accessible.


Arcadia Data, San Mateo, Calif., is positioning its upgraded visual analytics platform released this week as a bridge between business users and self-service access to big data for driving emerging applications. Arcadia claims its web-based visual analytics tool served directly from Hadoop addresses a shortfall in many big data projects that are hampered by business intelligence and visualization tools that analyze only a limited portion of the data extracted by Hadoop and other data platforms.


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