Collecting data is easy, but analyzing it can be painfully slow, especially with large data volumes and high numbers of users. Now your business users can get faster answers from your big data, no matter where you collect it from. Kognitio unlocks the speed and scale of querying your structured or unstructured data.
So, we built Kognitio specifically for massively parallel high-speed analytical query processing. Now you can run hundreds of concurrent SQL queries over your big data sets at ultra-fast speeds.. Better yet? Kognitio for standalone clusters is free to try with your mixed data sources up to 512GB RAM.
With Kognitio, your business users get huge query throughput and high concurrency to serve all your users. Unlock the insights in your big data and make it available to BI and visualization tools through standard SQL queries.
A design that eliminates the need for workload-specific tuning and allows you to run mixed-workload use cases at the same time
such as Python and R, and invoke that code from inside your queries within Kognitio
to have the same consistent Kognitio interface to your data across Hadoop, MapR, standalone and cloud
Before you begin with Kognitio for standalone clusters:
Check if you have x86 (Intel/AMD) processor based servers, Linux OS or TCP/IP switched network
Kognitio is a 32-bit application, but from version 8 it can only run on 64-bit Linux distributions
Ensure each node has minimal Linux installed
The installation will create three Linux user accounts for managing Kognitio
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