Hitachi Vantara introduced new Lumada DataOps capabilities for automated, AI-driven data operations for all enterprise customers and Lumada Industrial DataOps, providing advanced analytics capabilities for industrial use cases.
Data sprawl and governance have become more difficult as data becomes increasingly distributed across the data center, edge, hybrid, and public cloud infrastructure. This complexity can hinder an organization’s ability to turn data into business value. In a recent DataOps Survey by 451 Research, data privacy, compliance, and data access and preparation are top priorities for data-driven organizations.
Today’s additions to the Lumada DataOps portfolio allow organizations to create a seamless data fabric governed by an enhanced data catalog for automated data quality improvements and governance. With the latest updates to Data Integration powered by Pentaho technology, customers can reduce time and complexity to discover, access, prepare and blend data across multiple data sources and locations. The new Lumada Industrial DataOps portfolio includes IoT analytics models for industrial environments that seamlessly merge IT and OT data to unlock transformational business insights.
“Unlike traditional data management solutions that lock customers into proprietary technologies, the Lumada DataOps and Lumada Industrial DataOps portfolio products augment any ecosystem to manage and govern data from anywhere,” said Radhika Krishnan, Chief Product Officer at Hitachi Vantara. “No matter where our clients’ data lives, we help them discover, analyze, govern and monetize it through Lumada DataOps in addition to data and analytics consulting services, helping clients propel their business with better data insights.”
Intelligent Data Operations Across the Edge to Multicloud Data Fabric Lumada DataOps lets you automate the daily tasks of collecting, integrating, governing, and analyzing data on an intelligent platform providing an open and composable foundation for all enterprise data, while providing self-service data access to their choice of tools and analytics. Today’s updates to Lumada DataOps include:
- Data Catalog – Accelerate business insights with Data Catalog v7.0 using trusted data built on IO-Tahoe technology including a powerful new user interface, data quality and Collibra connectivity.
- Data Integration – Integrate data across hybrid cloud with Pentaho v9.3 through flexible cloud deployment and new connectors for cloud data stores like Snowflake, MongoDB Atlas, Teradata, Elastic Search7.x and IBM MQ 9.2.
IT and OT Data Convergence for Digital Industrial Operations
Hitachi Vantara’s new Lumada Industrial DataOps portfolio enables real-time insights and outcomes that power critical operations to be more predictable and manageable. It accelerates IT and OT data convergence by building a data fabric for analytic solutions from edge to multi-cloud. Lumada Industrial DataOps IIoT software automates data pipeline delivery across OT and IT sources, feeding industrial AI and ML models for predictive maintenance and operations optimization. Capabilities of the new Lumada Industrial DataOps portfolio include:
- IIoT Core – Accelerate and scale operation application deployment with a complete IIoT data platform including Core, Gateway, Digital Twins, and Machine Learning Services.
- IIoT Analytics – Simplify AI and ML solutions creation through toolkits that simplify delivery through packaged Digital Twins with pre-trained ML models.
Armed with clean, accurate data, organizations can leverage advanced operational analytics capabilities like Digital Twins and AI/ML models to predict and prescribe operational decision making.
One of our key customers that utilizes Hitachi Vantara technology is Disney Parks and Resorts. Hitachi Vantara is the Official Ride and Show Analytics provider for the WALT DISNEY WORLD® Resort and the DISNEYLAND® Resort.
“In order to maintain our complex ride systems, we are constantly capturing and ingesting data from multiple touchpoints throughout the ride, striving to optimize efficiency in our systems and continuing to keep the attraction experience as seamless as possible,” said Michael Tschanz, director of Design & Engineering Technology & Analysis at Disney. One project I personally think is the coolest thing we’ve worked on together this year is our development of the Digital Twin analysis technology,” Digital Twin simulations help us solve the challenge of doing analysis on certain areas of our attractions where we aren’t able to put sensors. This innovation will result in even higher levels of analytic accuracy.”