Dremio and Carahsoft Partner to Bring Data Lakehouse to Public Sector

Dremio and Carahsoft Partner to Bring Data Lakehouse to Public Sector

The News: Dremio and Carahsoft recently announced a new partnership focused on bringing modern data analytics capabilities to the public sector. Under the partnership agreement, Carahsoft will serve as Dremio’s Master Government Aggregator. See more about the partnership in Dremio’s press release here.

Dremio and Carahsoft Partner to Bring Data Lakehouse to Public Sector

Analyst Take: Data lakehouse and analytics solution provider Dremio recently announced a partnership with Carahsoft, a government IT solutions provider. The new partnership aims to bring Dremio’s data lakehouse capabilities to the private sector, with Carahsoft in the role of Dremio’s Master Government Aggregator.

The partnership looks to bring a modern data architecture for data analytics and management to public sector organizations. Dremio seeks to replace older data lake architectures with its data lakehouse, providing greater simplicity, performance, and flexibility, along with cost savings. Dremio claims that by switching to its modern data lakehouse architecture, organizations can achieve “sub-second query performance and a remarkable 10-fold improvement in price performance.”

Along with impressive performance and potential cost savings, the Dremio solution helps organizations modernize their data infrastructure and remove data silos. Dremio supports utilizing a data mesh concept that provides easier and faster access to data for data consumers, while simultaneously providing ownership and autonomy to data owners.

The partnership appears to be a strong move by both parties. By partnering with Carahsoft, Dremio is able to bring its solution to an extensive reseller ecosystem and expand into the public sector market. Carahsoft is adding a leading data lakehouse solution to its portfolio to help organizations transition to a modern data architecture.

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