Salesforce.Com, Inc. (NYSE:CRM) Introduces Wave For Big Data, And To Enhance Ecosystem

On Thursday,, inc. (NYSE:CRM) introduced Wave for Big Data and partnerships with Hortonworks, Informatica, New Relic, Triacta, Cloudera and Google.

According to Salesforce, its Analytics Cloud is a vital tool for the company’s future performance as well as opportunities to bring in more corporate officials. The company figures that by adding the number of Big Data officials on to the Wave ecosystem, its Analytics cloud will have accumulated more data that Salesforce can refer to in order push on.

On the other hand, the collaboration with Google will allow the company to optimize Wave. Google will host Wave onto the Google cloud platform. This move will allow for a better link for click stream and application usage data to client info. Google cloud ecosystem director, Adam Massey revealed That Wave has the latency to collect information from objects connected to the internet and bring them out to a wider audience. In short the partnership will allow the firm to facilitate some contribution to the internet of things.

The concept of the internet of things is relatively new, and most people have not fully understood it. However, since it is still in its initial stages, there is a lot to learn and discover. Salesforce will use Wave to make significant changes on the platform. The service that wave will bring on the table will be important for firms and individuals to understand and take advantage of such concepts.

The other partnerships with companies such as Hortonworks and Cloudera will allow Wave to access vital links. Trifacta and Informatica will also play important roles for Salesforce. The two will act as bridges to facilitate the flow of data to and from enterprise systems. According to the partners, Wave has the potential to come out as the biggest and most useful tool for big data.

Wave’s potential for growth is just the kind of push that Salesforce.Com, Inc. (NYSE:CRM) needs to propel it to another level.

Scott Coper

Scott Coper

Coper graduated from the University of Chicagi with majors in political science and journalism.