Data Prepper Trifacta Offers Free 14-Day Trial of Its Platform

 
 
By Chris Preimesberger  |  Posted 2015-02-18 Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Trifacta 14-day trial

Trifacta Trial Program allows users to wrangle big, diverse data without having to configure hardware or software.

Data transformation provider Trifacta on Feb. 18 started a free trial of its software at Strata + Hadoop World in San Jose, Calif.

Data transformation is all about preparing data sets to make them optimal for use in new-gen IT systems. Using this free trial, data analysts, data engineers and data scientists can now experience Trifacta firsthand to more efficiently discover, structure, cleanse, enrich and distill big data stored in Hadoop.

The Trifacta Trial Program allows users to test the platform for wrangling big, diverse data without having to configure hardware or software. The 14-day trial includes sample data, step-by-step tutorials and support resources to assist new users. Trial participants also have the ability to upload and transform their own data sets for downstream analysis or visualization.

Users may sign up for the trial in person at the Strata + Hadoop World in the Hadoop Solutions Showcase at Trifacta booth #823 Feb. 18 through Feb. 20.

Trifacta is also accepting trial requests here. Additionally, potential users can take a look at the latest blog post introducing the Trifacta Trial Program.

San Francisco-based Trifacta is a startup that develops productivity platforms for data analysis, management and manipulation. The company claims that its platform significantly enhances the value of an enterprise's big data by enabling users to easily transform raw, complex data into clean and structured formats for analysis.

Based on decades of work in human-computer interaction, scalable data management and machine learning, Trifacta's IT creates a partnership between user and machine, with each side learning from the other and becoming smarter with experience.

According to Crunchbase, Trifacta has banked $41.3 million in three venture-capital rounds from seven investors, with the most recent funding round (Series C) of $25 million Series C coming in May 2014.

 
 
 
 
Chris Preimesberger

Chris Preimesberger is Editor of Features & Analysis at eWEEK. Twitter: @editingwhiz
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