Rimes has released the Rimes data lakehouse, a service that combines the advantages of a data lake and a data warehouse to enable asset managers and owners to quickly access structured and unstructured data and derive valuable insights from diverse data sources.
The lakehouse comprises an advanced data storage, processing and distribution platform delivered as a service with Microsoft Azure. It is highly scalable and configurable, enabling the creation of custom data engineering and integration workflows using serverless cloud functions. Customers each receive a private instance of the lakehouse, built on dedicated cloud resources and hosted in their region of choice.
“Rimes has been in the business of supplying high quality data to its customers for over 25 years,” says Neil Lotter, head of distribution services at Rimes. “We understand the data storage, engineering, and system integration challenges they face. The development of the Rimes data lakehouse will help solve these challenges.”
The data lakehouse platform is vendor and system agnostic, and fully integrated, providing support for multiple environments, disaster recovery, and developing operations. A flexible web UI allows non-programmers to configure reports, dashboards, data maintenance screens and user permissions. A benefit of this approach is that customers receive, out-of-the-box, not only multiple fully functional environments but also a well-defined and proven process to configure, test and deploy changes.
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