Arcadia Data Releases Business Intelligence Platform For Hadoop And Closes $11.5M In Series B Funding

Today, Arcadia Data revealed details of its business intelligence and data visualization platform for Big Data. Arcadia Data’s BI platform enables business stakeholders to create data visualizations of Hadoop data by means of a rich user interface that allows users to drag and drop data fields. In addition, customers can select datasets for drill-downs to perform more advanced analyses such as root cause analytics, correlation analytics and trend analytics. The platform’s rich drag and drop functionality supports exploratory analysis of Hadoop-based data as illustrated below:

The graphic above shows how customers can use the Arcadia data platform to obtain different aggregations of cab ride fares and duration within various geographies in NYC. Importantly, the simplicity and speed of the platform mean that business stakeholders can comfortably obtain the analyses and data visualizations needed to represent their own data-driven insights. Given that the Arcadia Data platform also features data modeling functionality that enables users to massage and organize data prior to taking advantage of Arcadia’s data visualization functionality, the platform also lends itself to use by more savvy data users in addition to business users. Arcadia supports all major Hadoop distributions including Cloudera, Hortonworks and MapR and additionally enables users to glean insights from applications built using MySQL, Oracle and Teradata. In addition to today’s product announcement, Arcadia Data today announced the finalization of $11.5M in Series A funding from Mayfield, Blumberg Capital and Intel Capital. As revealed to Cloud Computing Today in a live product demonstration, the depth and sophistication of the Arcadia Data platform illustrates the changing face of business intelligence in the wake of the big data revolution, particularly as evinced by the ease with which business stakeholders can now make sense of Hadoop-based data using data visualization, transformation, drill-downs, trend analysis and analytics more broadly.

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