Kyligence has announced the immediate availability of its new cloud-native distributed big data analytics platform called Kyligence Cloud 4.

Available on Microsoft Azure and Amazon AWS, Kyligence Cloud 4 leverages cloud-native concepts such as the separate scaling of compute and storage to enable fast, scalable and highly concurrent analytics against cloud data warehouses and data lakes.

According to the company, it combines high performance and high concurrency OLAP, a cloud-native architecture, and auto-optimization using machine learning algorithms to simplify and automate cloud analytics. Kyligence Cloud 4 can routinely deliver sub-second query response times against datasets of hundreds of terabytes to petabytes.

Kyligence Cloud 4 reduces cloud analytics costs by offloading processing from cloud data warehouses and data lakes by employing distributed aggregate indexes – a cloud-native successor to OLAP cubes.

Kyligence Cloud also provides intelligent query routing and Smart Pushdown that ensures queries of all kinds are delivered with optimal performance. With its Unified Semantic Service, Kyligence Cloud offers a consolidated analytical view across enterprise data sources to build a single expression of truth for business users.

Through the use of machine learning, Kyligence Cloud’s AI-augmented engine automatically identifies the most frequently accessed datasets from SQL query history, analyst usage patterns, data profiles, and runtime metrics and uses that intelligence to efficiently rationalize analytical models.

Kyligence Cloud has an intuitive administrative user experience that reduces operating and maintenance costs.

Kyligence Cloud 4 is now available on Microsoft Azure and Amazon AWS.

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