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Get Your Enterprise (NCC-1701D) Ready for Data Lake
Say you’re Captain Picard. Your company is your flagship. Your Enterprise. With the right strategy, your ship can take you anywhere. But it must run flawlessly. Your ship is a very complex system and a lot of things can go wrong. That’s why you need not only the right leadership, but also the greatest tools. Let’s have a look at how you’re doing.
How to Keep Track of Your Ship’s Data
Your Enterprise is a top-of-the-line Galaxy-class starship. Its combat capabilities are matched only by its incredible scientific equipment. Much like your own company, the Enterprise has a lot of sensors and computers that gather, store, access and process a huge amount of data. That data comes in different shapes and sizes. Your officers dutifully record mission logs, personal files, Starfleet reports. Highly advanced sensors scan and analyze planets, stars, nebulae, and singularities. Scientific teams in Astrometrics, Exobiology, Geoscience and Physics interpret that data and generate innumerable reports. The Engineering crew has to monitor the matter/antimatter flow and routinely perform engine performance benchmarks. All that activity builds an astonishing amount of data and a needs lot of storage. Computer cores are spread all over the ship and accessing them all can be quite tricky at times. But wouldn’t it be great if you could gather everything in one place and retrieve anything you want instantly?
On top of that, you need the right protection. You’re responsible for a large crew and you must do everything you can to defend the Enterprise against attacks. Your ship’s structural integrity is just as important as its technological and scientific accomplishments. But your engineers are working double, even triple shifts and they simply can’t handle any more tasks. What if you could achieve these goals without overloading them? Would an automated system be able to make everyone’s life easier?
However, don’t forget that you have a determined crew. In order to improve the Enterprise, your crew constantly needs more storage space, more computing power, more resources. And you wish you had some sort of way to accommodate them without sacrificing vital areas of the ship. What you need is a system that’s so vast that’s practically endless. Where will you be able to find anything like that?
Finally, we get to the engines. In some ways, they’re the most important part of the ship, because they keep the Enterprise alive. Without the engines there would be no power, no exploration, and no journey. The engines are the most relentless part of your vehicle and therefore most prone to damage and errors. Is it really possible to correct every slight misalignment of the dilithium crystals through automatic recovery and thus keeping a constant warp speed?
Upgrading Your Ship
Well, Captain, we have some good news for you. There is a system that perfectly integrates with your Data Warehouse and gathers all of your data in one place. There is a system that’s not only cost-effective, but also fully-encrypted. There is a system that’s HDFS ready and infinitely scalable, so you can focus on your work and not worry about those pesky Astrometric guys wanting more and more computing power. And that’s not all. This very system will also help you find new ways to make use of the sensors. Expand the range of your engines. Maybe even find a new galaxy. The opportunities are enormous.
This system is called the Full Metal Data Lake. It’s only a few clicks away.
Remember, Captain, it all depends on you.
Try the Full Metal Data Lake.