Cazena is a startup has just announced its emergence from stealth mode in order to deliver its revolutionary Big Data as a Service offering. Cazena claims that it’s Big Data as a Service product is the first of its kind that is specially tailored for enterprises. In just three clicks, organizations can begin implementing Big Data as a Service using the Cazena cloud platform.
Cazena’s Big Data as a Service offers organizations the ability to run different analytic workloads. These services are:
- Big Data Lake as a Service
- Data Warehouse as a Service
- Sandbox as a Service
Cazena says that each of these Big Data workloads can run safely and securely within their cloud, giving organizations the ability to implement Big Data analytics.
Research firms such as Forrester refer to Big Data as being a cloud-first option, not a cloud exception. Other research firms have said that the top problems facing organizations that want to implement Big Data are security, movement of data and the overall complexity involved with implementing a solution.
With Cazena, organizations no longer have to worry about these barriers to entry since Cazena has streamlined these problems by baking in features and functionality that allow anyone to begin using Big Data analytics for their enterprise.
“Cazena’s Big Data-as-a-Service is the first managed cloud service for big data processing that securely and seamlessly extends the enterprise datacenter with trusted cloud infrastructure and multiple, best-of-breed big data technologies,” says Prat Moghe, founder and CEO of Cazena.
“This assures the best price and performance for any big data workload, so enterprises can focus their efforts on delivering value, not managing technology,” adds Moghe.
Cazena has also attracted the attention of prominent venture capitalists. Formation 8 led the latest round of funding to the tune of $20M. Other investors that participated are North Bridge Partners and Andreessen Horowitz.