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FASTEST SQL ON HADOOP

Jethro's index-based SQL engine for Hadoop automatically indexes data as it is written into Hadoop. The result is 100X faster SQL queries that power reports, dashboards and ad-hoc requests. Read More

Hadoop as an analytic database

JethroData combines the scalability of Hadoop with the performance of an analytical database, all in one system, so you can run super-fast analytical queries directly on data in Hadoop.

Indexes vs. Full Scans

JethroData indexes every column so queries read only the data they need rather than performing brute force full-scans.

Near real-time access

As new data continuously streams in, Jethro makes it immediately available for queries. As a result, you can update dashboards and detect trends as they occur.

Use SQL and your favorite BI tool

Jethro supports standard SQL and easily integrates with your BI tools using JDBC/ODBC. Jethro’s support for complex SQL JOINs is unparalleled in its ability to perform JOINs on multiple very large tables without any restrictions.

Easy to implement

Implementing Jethro is simple and quick. It works with any standard Hadoop distribution. Jethro's indexes are built in the background and can be added to any existing Hadoop cluster. No Jethro components are installed in Hadoop storage nodes.

Scale

With the unlimited storage scale-out of HDFS and elastic query nodes, JethroData can support the loading of millions of events per minute, fast queries of TB-size tables, and hundreds of concurrent users.
VentureBeat covered Strata + Hadoop World in NY as well as JethroData’s participation in it: “JethroData is an index-based SQL engine for Hadoop that promises faster queries than Impala, HAWQ, or HIVE. “As data comes in, we index it on the fly and store it in [the Hadoop D Read More →
JethroData highlighted as one of 10 companies worth watching by database trends and applications; it is the only company on the list to provide analytics on Hadoop. Read More →
JethroData, an analytics database company based on Hadoop, announced today it has closed a $4.5 million investment round led by Pitango Venture Capital.   Read More →