When you are looking for an alternative to Hadoop, turn to Snowflake. Snowflake requires no software stack to certify, provision, and maintain. Snowflake also provides a single, robust ANSI SQL environment, that is ACID-compliant, to query all of your diverse data. Learn more in our solution brief.
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