On April 10, 2018, Oracle completed the acquisition of SparklineData to augment Oracle PaaS services for enterprise customers transitioning to Big Data solutions. For analytic workloads over large and complex datasets, SparklineData has developed SNAP, an Apache Spark™ native business intelligence platform. SNAP brings sub-second query response times that can be deployed over enterprise data warehouses, data lakes and IoT analytics. SparklineData's employees will be joining Oracle as part of the Oracle Big Data Cloud organization.
SparklineData provides sub second response times for analytics queries using in-memory multi-dimensional indexes and advanced query optimization on Apache Spark. Oracle will be rolling a new release of SparklineData SNAP on the Oracle Cloud in 2019.
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