Splunk—Veristorm’s vStorm Enterprise provides Splunk’s Operational Intelligence Platform seamless, non-invasive machine data integration from System z mainframe thus extending Splunk’s reach in analytics market. It provides a lightweight and consumable way of delivering data from a platform accounting for 60% of worldwide transactions to the premier operational analytics platform.
CA Technologies—Veristorm’s vStorm Enterprise provides a virtual appliance on CA Applogic that allows enterprises to deploy end-to-end big data solution on their cloud computing environment. This lightweight and consumable way of bringing mainframe to mainstream will allow CA’s customers to leverage their most valuable enterprise data for near-real-time analytics.
Veristorm is an IBM Business Partner. Our products have been validated through the IBM Chiphopper program. We are collaborating with many different brands of IBM hardware (System z and Power Systems) and software (Information Management), providing IBM customers with analytics solutions enriched by mainframe data.
Cloudera—Veristorm’s vStorm Enterprise brings the world of mainframe data (60% of business transactions world wide) to the Cloudera Big Data Platform. This provides Cloudera customers with near-real-time access to mainframe data to enrich their applications. This is a very lightweight and consumable way of bringing mainframe to mainstream.
Hortonworks—Veristorm’s vStorm Enterprise brings the world of mainframe data which accounts for 60% of business transactions worldwide, to Hortonworks Enterprise Data Platform thereby providing Hortonworks customers with near-real-time access to mainframe data to enrich their applications. We provide a very lightweight and consumable way of bringing mainframe to mainstream.
Red Hat—Veristorm’s membership of Red Hat’s ISV Program brings Hadoop to Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) on System z, with point and click access to System z data like VSAM, IMS and DB2 that is usually labor-intensive. This increases adoption of RHEL for enterprises that have mainframes, as it allows them to leverage their existing Linux skills for Big Data analytics enriched with corporate jewels - core business data stored on System z.
SUSE—Through this partnership, Veristorm's zDoop gives SUSE the flexibility to offer Hadoop on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) both on System z and on x86, so that customers don't have to choose between platforms and can integrate data and deploy projects where they are best suited. Veristorm’s vStorm Enterprise provides point and click access to System z data like VSAM, IMS and DB2 that is usually labor-intensive. This makes it light weight and consumable to bring mainframe to mainstream.