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Introducing Conductor for Gluent

Customers have been asking us about a UI for Gluent Data Platform and we are happy to announce Conductor for Gluent.

By | January 21st, 2020 | Blog |

Gluent Data Platform Orchestration Q&A

Over the years, we have received a lot of questions about Gluent Data Platform and how different functionality works within a production environment. We have put together an FAQ page, but that doesn’t cover everything you might want to know about the software. Here’s a question about orchestration and operational monitoring that came up recently, prompting a much longer [...]

By | March 12th, 2018 | Blog |

Enabling Transparent Data Virtualization

Gluent Data Platform was built to provide data sharing and transparent data virtualization across the enterprise, ensuring all enterprise data is just a query away. The term “data virtualization” has many different meanings (as we see on Wikipedia), depending on the goal of the virtualization software. In the case of Gluent, we consider our platform to truly virtualize data. [...]

By | February 26th, 2018 | Blog |

Dive into Gluent Offload Engine

Gluent Offload Engine (GOE) has been a core component of our main software product, Gluent Data Platform, from the beginning. It is now offered as a standalone product, providing organizations with an easy way to offload enterprise data to modern distributed storage platforms. We have some great demo videos and high-level information about the offload process on the website. [...]

By | January 9th, 2018 | Blog |

Using Gluent and Tableau to Access Data in both Oracle and Hadoop - with a Single Connection

Most analytics solutions on the market today can now access many types of data sources, including modern systems like Hadoop. It’s a mandatory requirement these days, because most enterprises (probably all enterprises) store useful data in all sorts of datastores throughout the organization. The popular analytics platform, Tableau, is one such tool that can combine data from [...]

By | August 8th, 2017 | Blog |