Centrifuge Releases Latest Version of Visual Networks Analytics Platform

September 24, 2012

Centrifuge recently published “Centrifuge Delivers Scalable Big Data Analytics With Visual Networks Analytics Version 2.7” which discusses a new solution that minimizes the need for data scientists while accelerating discovery across disparate data points. Sounds pretty cool…and complicated.

According to the news release, Centrifuge, a provider of Big Data analytics and visualization solutions for fraud, security and risk, announced the availability of the latest version of its Visual Networks Analytics platform. It addresses the need to derive context intelligence and pattern discovery in big data by delivering powerful technology that addresses the growing need to quickly filter, sift and understand large amounts of data.

Renee Lorton, Centrifuge CEO, explains:

“Corporate Information security is a big data analytics challenge that cannot be addressed with traditional data mining, BI, or legacy analytics approaches. The sheer volume and complexity requires a powerful investigative discovery approach that is easy enough for a non-data scientist to use.  Machine data, for example, is one of the fastest growing segments of big data, generated by websites, applications, servers, networks, mobile devices and other sources.  Now, discovering patterns in Big Data is both easy and cost effective with Centrifuge’s powerful interactive data visualization.”

With an increasing number of organizations being hacked, information security is becoming a higher priority. A variety of industries would benefit from this technology.

Jasmine Ashton, September 24, 2012

Sponsored by ArnoldIT.com, developer of Augmentext

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