MapR Other Advice

Alexandre Akrour
CEO at Inosense
I used to work with the Map Plus form, for two years, in 2016/2017, and I went back to the product to see what kind of new improvements they made to the platform. I'm not currently using it at the moment. I'm planning to get back to it soon. We were, at that time, creating another product to be sold on the market and we wanted something that could educate different sources of data. Their connector list wasn't long enough. We stopped after one year, maybe less, because we started in September 2016, working with that platform, and then we switched in 2017. I think less than a year. Today, I would recommend the solution. I had exactly the same question from someone who was interviewing me for a job, and he wanted to know on which platform I worked before, and I listed Cloudar, Hortonworks, and MapR, and he wanted my opinion on the three, and my first choice. My first choice is MapR, as it is more adaptable to different contexts, and it could be customized in some way to fit the different needs, and this is my first choice and my first advice to people who ask me about this particular platform. I would rate this solution 8 out of 10. I rate it an eight because, from my point of view, such a platform will not be used as a standalone solution, it has to be integrated into an information system, with operational systems together on the back end and also to write positions that could be back integrated into the operational system recommendations, positions, and so on. Then I think it creates API architecture, a micro-services orientation of the platform. View full review »
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