May 23, 2012
FOSTER CITY, Calif., May 23 — Grid Dynamics, an eCommerce technology solutions company, and GridGain Systems, makers of the leading open source in-memory platform for big data processing, today announced the expansion of their partnership which began in 2008.
Grid Dynamics provides personalization and big data solutions for large-scale eCommerce companies, GridGain's Java based open source middleware platform allows organizations to perform real time processing and analytics on live big data.
"GridGain has always been an important component within the portfolio of technologies we use to build next-generation software products and platforms for our enterprise customers," says Victoria Livschitz, CEO of Grid Dynamics. "GridGain's mature in-memory compute and data grid platform can deliver analytics capabilities necessary to improve revenues and conversion rates for eCommerce companies far more effectively than traditional technologies."
"Grid Dynamics helps big companies turn technology into competitive differentiation and GridGain enables fast data processing and analysis of big data. There has always been a great synergy between us," says Nikita Ivanov, CEO and founder, GridGain Systems. "We are very pleased to further expand our partnership with Grid Dynamics and to be among the select software technologies and vendors they use to provide the very best solutions for their customers".
The stronger relationship between GridGain and Grid Dynamics will also help further efforts by both companies to evolve the OpenStack platform, an open-source cloud and IaaS (infrastructure as a service) stack, backed by leading tech firms including RackSpace, HP, Dell, Cisco, Internap, IBM and Red Hat.
About GridGain Systems
GridGain Systems' Java based open source middleware platform is designed to help compute and data intensive applications, systems and services to perform and scale. GridGain allows companies to utilize the processing power of one to thousands of servers, within minutes, enabling significantly faster processing and complex analytics on customers' live, big data. Every 10 seconds, an installation of GridGain is started somewhere around the globe. Our customers include innovative web and mobile businesses, leading Fortune 500 companies, and top government agencies. The company is headquartered in Foster City, California. Learn more at http://www.gridgain.com and follow GridGain on Twitter @gridgain.
About Grid Dynamics
Grid Dynamics delivers scalable eCommerce platform solutions to the world's most successful companies. Our mission is to help our customers attain business edge through technology. We deliver robust, open and scalable solutions that are essential to every successful eCommerce platform. For more information, visit http://www.griddynamics.com.
OpenStack is a large-scale open source cloud project and community established to drive industry standards, end cloud lock-in and speed the adoption of cloud technologies by service providers and enterprises. OpenStack was founded by Rackspace Hosting through its wholly owned subsidiary, OpenStack, LLC, and has the support of more than 35 technology industry leaders. For more information and to join the community, visit http://www.OpenStack.org.
Source: Grid Dynamics; GridGain Systems
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