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Impetus Announces Support for Microsoft HDInsight

SAN JOSE, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/30/12 -- Impetus Technologies, a leading provider of Big Data Analytics solutions, announces support for Microsoft HDInsight.

Impetus is Innovation Architected: Our customers and partners leverage the thought leadership of our advisors, the expertise of our architects and our ability to create applications for accelerated business growth. Now, Impetus announces support for Microsoft HDInsight. Impetus' research and development organization is working to build solutions complementary to the Microsoft HDInsight platform that will enable customers to quickly bring their Big Data initiatives to market.

Bob Baker, Director, Server and Tools Marketing, at Microsoft, states, "With Microsoft HDInsight, customers can run Hadoop on Windows Server and on Windows Azure. By combining HDInsight with the business intelligence capabilities of SQL Server 2012, customers will be able to obtain breakthrough insight from both structured and unstructured data. The services market around these capabilities is growing rapidly, and Impetus has extensive hands-on experience in Big Data Services. They work with their customers to understand specific use cases and constraints in order to recommend and implement the appropriate solution. We are pleased that Impetus is supporting Microsoft HDInsight."

Anand Raman, VP of Business Development at Impetus, states, "We are excited about supporting HDInsight as it really opens up possibilities for our customers. Our relationship with Microsoft and support for HDInsight is a continuation of building a mature big data offering for customers. Impetus has many customers who are excited about Microsoft's HDInsight product, and Impetus looks forward to building rich analytical solutions with HDInsight."

Impetus: Advisors, Architects, Applications.

Impetus is currently focused on Big Data services, creating new ways of analyzing data for businesses in order for them to gain key business insights across their entire enterprise. Impetus provides Big Data Consulting Services for the Fortune 500, including healthcare, finance, media, telcom, and manufacturing. Impetus' experience extends across the big data ecosystem including Hadoop, NoSQL, newsql, MPP databases, machine learning, and visualization. Impetus offers a Quick Start program, Architecture Advisory Services, Proof of Concept, and Implementation.

For more information, visit http://bigdata.impetus.com

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