RoZetta has announced it has become a Gold Consulting Partner of leading Apache SparkTM vendor, Databricks. The partnership reflects the commitment of both companies to deliver and support enterprise-scale big data solutions based on the Databricks Unified Analytics Platform.
As part of the agreement, RoZetta and Databricks will deliver solutions that let customers rapidly access, collaborate and innovate with vast amounts of data delivering valuable insights and efficiencies to the business.
Databricks, founded by the team that created Apache SparkTM, provides a unified analytics platform for collaboration that allows users to access and leverage their data by providing a fully managed, scalable, and secure cloud infrastructure. The platform reduces operational complexity and accelerates innovation, making artificial intelligence (AI) achievable for enterprise organisations.
David Sharp chief executive, RoZetta, said, “The partnership with Databricks aligns to our strategy of using market leading technologies coupled with deep and extensive technical capabilities to deliver best in class data solutions to customers. RoZetta is focused on business expansion and we will achieve that by working with partners that consistently develop and deliver innovative technologies that enable customers to derive value and efficiencies from their data.
“With Databricks, we will be able to provide extensive big data and analytic capabilities, economies of scale, and ease of access to new data sets.”
Michael Hoff, senior vice president of business development and partners, Databricks, said, “The Databricks unified analytics platform enables data scientists and engineers the ability to collaborate with their lines of business users to innovate faster, ultimately making an immediate impact on their businesses.
“We see enormous potential and growth in the Australian market and are delighted to have RoZetta join our Partner Program. It is an exciting time for both organisations and we look forward to helping our customers innovate using the Databricks technology along with RoZetta’s skills and expertise.”