We Run Hadoop for You

Unlike other solutions, we run Apache™ Hadoop® for you. We not only deploy Hadoop, we monitor, manage, fix, and update it for you. Then we take it a step further: We monitor your jobs, notify you when something’s wrong with them, and can help with tuning.

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Purpose-Built Hadoop Cloud

The Altiscale Data Cloud is the first cloud service purpose-built to run Hadoop. We offer an on-demand, elastic solution on a pay-as-you-go basis. By vertically integrating from the Hadoop layer to the metal, we ensure a faster, more reliable service.

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Data Science Done Right

Altiscale’s offering is ideally suited for today’s data science needs. Features for data science include permanent HDFS volumes, access to the latest tools, resource sharing without conflict, job-level monitoring and support, and pricing plans that eliminate unpleasant surprises.

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“With Altiscale, we’re getting 4 to 5 times the performance compared to other cloud solutions, with zero startup time and a predictable budget that doesn’t break the bank.”
Satya Ramachandran, VP, MarketShare

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Recent Blog Posts

What’s Next for YARN and Docker

  • June 23rd, 2015

As an execution fabric for running applications, YARN faces the same software-dependency problem encountered by all operating systems—“DLL Hell” as it was once affectionately known. In one post we explained how lightweight Linux Containers […]

Spark and Hadoop: Friends, not Foes

  • June 22nd, 2015

On June 15th, IBM announced plans to make massive investments in Spark-related technologies. This caps off almost a year of significant business and press attention for Spark.

Our customers have been using Spark since the […]

Top 10 Hadoop/YARN Logs – Part 2

  • June 16th, 2015

This is (the long-awaited) part two of a blog describing important Hadoop logs and their use at Altiscale. In part one, we discussed five logs that yield the most insights and information about our […]