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Startup builds world’s first Software Defined Cloud-enabled facility

Dragonfly Data Factory, a start up in Enterprise Cloud and Data Infrastructures, announced the launch of the world’s first Software Defined Cloud enabled data facility here on Monday. Powered by the companys patent-pending Factory Operating System, the Dragonfly Data Factory will enable global clients to cost effectively extract mine, manage and monetise unlimited volumes of data from any number of sources, said the companys founder Ram Pothula.

“Dragonfly Data Factory is the first to offer an integrated and vendor-independent Data Factory, giving customers complete freedom to combine their choice of tools from industry-leading providers to mine, manage and monetise their data,” Pothula said.

The Data Factory replaces complexity with simplicity, automatically integrating infrastructure,  platform and software technology-partner products and enabling workflows spanning traditional data Big Data, real-time sensor data processing, said David Freund, Dragonfly Data Factory’s vice president of technology and alliances.

Other products planned by the company include a Data Factory Sensor Hub and Data Factory Utility Metering Platform which when combined with the Data Factory Operating System, will empower
systems integrators, service providers, and corporate IT shops to offer their users a flexible, cost- effective Data Factory as a Service, Pothula added.
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