The long-term success of any technology company depends on a solid development strategy and the ability to deliver products and services faster than the competition. However, it is hard to keep up with all the new tools and systems that appear every month. Even if you do follow all the latest updates, marketing buzz often makes it difficult to choose a profitable and stable solution.
Gain more profits with cutting-edge technologies
To help our customers find solutions for non-standard issues, apply best practices, and improve performance, the dedicated R&D team at Altoros tracks and benchmarks emerging technologies. Our studies are mostly focused on:
Serving technology leaders, such as Couchbase, NuoDB, Joyent, RightScale, and others, Altoros helps customers to address big data needs related to data mining, storage, scalability, performance, etc.
Get the expertise of 100+ mathematicians and data scientists to extract hidden value from terabytes of information handled by your company. Define hidden patterns, predict outcomes, assess risks, detect fraud, or build self-learning recommendation engines.
To help our customers scale to hundreds of nodes while boosting performance, Altoros partners with Eucalyptus, Cloudera, Hortonworks, and other cloud vendors.
Accelerate release cycles and reduce costs with cross-platform development. Efficiently monetize your products and services by building applications that run on multiple systems and cover maximum audience.
Proven track record in vendor-independent research and development
Some of our benchmark studies were published by CIO.com, NetworkWorld, ComputerWorld, TechWorld, and other online magazines:
- A Vendor-independent Comparison of NoSQL Databases: Cassandra, HBase, MongoDB, and Riak
- Cloud Platform Comparison: CloudStack, Eucalyptus, vCloud Director, and Openstack
- Hadoop + GPU: Boost performance of your big data project by 50x-200x?
Download the full version of the research at our Benchmark and Research page.
Please let us know if you would like to participate in any of our future research or get more details on the recent studies.