Insights from experts on the modern data infrastructure
LiveData Migrator makes migrating to AWS Glue Data Catalog easy. In two steps, teams can migrate from an Apache Hive metastore to AWS Glue Data Catalog.
Teams can easily migrate from an Apache Hive metastore to AWS Glue Data Catalog. LiveData Migrator eliminates complex and error-prone workarounds that require one-off scripts and configuration in the Hive metastore.
COVID-19 Accelerated Cloud Adoption. Are You Ready for What’s Next?
LiveData Migrator addresses the challenges associated with large-scale cloud data migration enabling companies to continue to accelerate their cloud adoption.
Learn about Azure cloud storage solutions at Azure Storage Day
Microsoft is hosting Azure Storage Day on April 29, 2021 where you can learn more about Azure cloud storage solutions and innovations, including information on an exclusive offer with LiveData Platform for Azure.
Why We Need FinOps for Cloud Cost Management
The move to the cloud can be like buying and moving into a new home. Cloud architects and business leaders need to have a plan for optimizing their cloud costs before migrating to the cloud.
Successfully Building Data Lakes
As enterprises feel the urgency to accelerate their digital transformation, they need to take the time to plan the development of their data lakes to take advantage of advanced data analytics.
Moving to cloud: greater speed, collaboration and cost savings
There are multiple reasons that organizations are moving their data lakes and analytics capabilities to the cloud, and in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, those reasons are more pronounced than ever. Let’s take a look at a few of them.
Avoid These Top 10 Hadoop Data Migration Traps
Organizations are modernizing their data infrastructures, which often includes migrating their on-premises Hadoop data to the cloud. WANdisco has worked with many organizations on their successful cloud data migration projects. We’ve also witnessed organizations attempt their own manual migration initiatives or try to leverage legacy migration approache...