What is High Performance Computing Cluster (HPCC)?
The High Performance Computing Cluster (HPCC) is a an open source big data platform created to provide cluster processing capabilities. It consists of two processing environments called Roxie and Thor, the first a parallel data processing platform for fast data delivery and the second a data refinery for handling large volumes of general data queries. It is a massively scalable system designed for effective data enrichment and delivery.
Loome Integrate High Performance Computing Cluster (HPCC) Connection
Loome Connects to HPCC as a source and gives you the ability to extract any data you may have been working with for implementations in other systems or visualisation using a range of tools.
Learn more about Loome Integrate and how it can optimise the way you query your big data systems.
High Performance Computing Cluster (HPCC) Connector Solution Scenarios
There are numerous real-world implementations of this connector, some of which are covered by scenarios we have written up in our Resources section.
Publish High Performance Computing Cluster (HPCC) to These Systems
Once connected to HPCC as a source, you can move your big data assets to a visualisation tool. If you are using multiple data systems and wish to bring it all together, Loome offers the integration and publishing tools necessary to do so.
You can embed these reports and dashboards in Loome Publish to create an analytics portal. Creating a comprehensive, centralised nexus of your published assets is a great way to take control over your reporting environment regardless of what kind of data you're working with..