Data Rush Technology

Data Rush Technology

DataRush Technology, introduced in 2009 by Austin-based technology company Pervasive Software, uses multicore technology to process data sets for analytics and other business applications. The technology enables performance on a single server or small cluster and allows high-throughput analytics on massive datasets. A parallel data flow engine, it is used to power batch processing jobs, and runs data preparation tasks (e.g. sorting, deduplicating, aggregating, cleansing, joining, loading, validating) and machine learning programs like fuzzy matching algorithms.

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