Onehouse Secures a Future-Proof Data Lake with Apache Hudi Integration Layer

With onehouse, users can easily connect to data lake solutions from different providers, enhancing interoperability and helping to move data between different repositories in a more streamlined way. This gives organizations greater flexibility when working with multiple data sources and helps them improve their overall efficiency.

Series A funding for the company is a sign of its continued success. The company is now able to expand its operations and continue developing new products. With this investment, the company is positioned to become a leading player in the market.

Hudi’s founder, Vinoth Chandar, believes that the company’s neutrally-positive attitude and interoperability will allow it to become a key player in the data lake market. Hudi will compete with heavyweight players such asDropbox, Google Analytics and Hadoop Data Platform by providing an easy-to-use layer between these other products and formats.

Chandar believes that organizations should embrace the multi-engine world by migrating less often and instead using technologies like SpringBoard which will help them work with many different engines. This way, data remains consistent and organizations can optimize their workflow without worrying about changes in technology.

This indicates that the open source project is gaining a lot of traction and has a large user base on the GitHub platform. This could be because of its unique features or the user’s affinity to it. Whether this is a result of good branding or an exceptional product, it is clear that this project has a lot to offer.

Since the company’s founding, Asana has always been unequivocally focused on being an editor and tool for its users. Whether it was allowing them to collaboratively plan their workflows or giving them instant feedback on their code, Asana has always been committed to letting its users control the workflow of their work. With this focus in mind, the company chose not to offer a managed cloud product at launch – instead opting for a preview mode that would allow for more open dialogue with paying customers. However, as the company sees more and more users wanting to use its platform inmanaged ways – such as outsourcing some features or using it primarily for engineering work – they’ve decided that now is the time to make their cloud product available to all users.

Although the Oculus Rift is still in a preview mode, Facebook is working to increase the number of users who can access the virtual reality headset. The company plans to do this by building up its global support team and by working on other building blocks and pieces. So far, this seems to be paying off as demand for the Oculus Rift continues to grow.

With the new cash infusion and a renewed focus on growing its go-to-market team, Drip surely has their sights set high for 2018. The startup is doubling its team to 30 employees and is hoping to attract top talent in both product and engineering. This increased focus seems like a wise decision given the competitive landscape in the startup space. With new investors on board, Drip looks poised to take over from its rivals in 2018.

A recent $33 million Series A round was raised by Play808, which is co-led by Addition and Greylock. The new money will be used to continue building out the company’s platform and expanding its user base. Play808 offers a social gaming platform that allows users to compete against each other in fun and engaging games.

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Kira Kim is a science journalist with a background in biology and a passion for environmental issues. She is known for her clear and concise writing, as well as her ability to bring complex scientific concepts to life for a general audience.

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