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PSSC Labs Announces Big Data Clusters with Certification for Apache Metron

Leveraging Hortonwork Data Platform, CloudOOP Rax delivers turn-key, ready to use platform for deployment of cybersecurity solutions

LAKE FOREST, Calif., Nov. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- PSSC Labs, a developer of custom HPC and big data computing solutions, today announced it has certified its CloudOOP Rax cluster for compatibility with Apache Metron.  Leveraging the Hortonworks Data Platform, PSSC Labs can now deliver its signature turnkey, high performance, cost effective CloudOOP Rax platform, preconfigured with Apache Metron. With this new certification, PSSC Labs has created a platform ideal for deployment of cybersecurity solutions.

"Cybersecurity is one of the most important applications for big data platforms, with Apache Metron being a standout framework for cybersecurity solutions," said Alex Lesser, Vice President of PSSC Labs. "At PSSC Labs, we've deployed over 100 petabytes of Hadoop infrastructure, and understand that open source packages like Apache Metron are not easy to configure or get working. By certifying our CloudOOP Rax Clusters for Apache Metron via the Hortonworks Data Platform, we can do both for our customers, delivering a cybersecurity ready big data cluster primed for use on arrival." 

Benefits of Apache Metron

Apache Metron allows for real-time big data enabled cybersecurity analytics with a tightly integrated solution that provides superior performance. The framework enables a single view of diverse streams of security data, allowing cybersecurity solutions to rapidly detect and respond to emerging threats. The streaming analytics application allows for greater speed, processing and scalability, making it an ideal next-gen solution of security operations centers to perform data analytics and incidence response. It integrates with a variety of open source big data technologies, serving as a centralized tool for monitoring and analysis. 

Built for Big Data and Cybersecurity

PSSC Lab's CloudOOP Rax is a complete, turn-key Hadoop cluster that is ready to run on delivery. The big data cluster comes with all necessary hardware, software, networking, integrations, as well as support from PSSC Lab's US-based team of experienced engineers. Each CloudOOP Rax Cluster is customized with the Hadoop distribution of choice, including Cloudera, Hortonworks and MapR. Features include:

-Hardware with the latest Intel Xeon processor, high speed network backplane

-CentOS Linux Operating System

-Optional Hortonworks Data Platform Distribution preconfigured with Apache Metron or Apache Spot cybersecurity package

-Scalable from 100TB to 10+PB

-2x the density and 35% lower power draw for the lowest total cost of ownership on the market

Every CloudOOP Rax Cluster includes a three-year unlimited phone / email support package (additional year support available) with all support provided by our US-based team of experienced engineers. For more information visit https://www.pssclabs.com/solutions/big-data-cluster/

About PSSC Labs

For technology powered visionaries with a passion for challenging the status quo, PSSC Labs is the answer for hand-crafted HPC and Big Data computing solutions that deliver relentless performance with the absolute lowest total cost of ownership.  All products are designed and built at the company's headquarters in Lake Forest, California. For more information: 949-380-7288, www.pssclabs.com , [email protected] .

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