Corios Rosetta eases legacy SAS analytics migration to the Databricks Lakehouse Platform
Ahead of next week’s Data and AI Summit, Corios announces a new partnership with event host Databricks, the Data and AI company. Corios and the Corios Rosetta solution will now offer enterprises a proven migration experience for legacy SAS analytics into the modern cloud of their choice on the Databricks Lakehouse Platform.
Our complete approach to SAS workload and data inventory, open source and cloud skills training, and an automated workload conversion process will land enterprise legacy SAS workloads in a Databricks environment primed for a range of innovations in data engineering, advanced analytics and AI.
Committed to unified data, people and the future of open, cloud analytics
Databricks’ Lakehouse Platform helps organizations accelerate innovation by unifying data teams with an open, scalable platform for all of their data-driven use cases. From streaming analytics and AI to business intelligence (BI), Databricks provides a modern lakehouse architecture that unifies data engineering, data science, machine learning and analytics within a single collaborative platform.
For the foreseeable future, approximately 15% or more of enterprises each year plan to migrate legacy analytics workloads from on-premise to the cloud. For customers now tackling modernization of their legacy SAS assets, Corios Rosetta carries the business and the people forward into the Databricks Lakehouse Platform. Our solution is now a gateway to the ease and flexibility to work with legacy SAS data in the best-suited modern cloud infrastructure.
Stepping into the AI Generation
I am confident that as a Databricks partner we can offer enterprises a greater range of flexibility up front in the roadmap process by expanding the cloud end game for legacy SAS workloads. We’ll chart your enterprise to greater degrees of freedom for enhanced analytics as we guide your code, people and processes to new success in the open source cloud.
We look forward to our first Data and AI Summit in San Francisco next week. If you see us at Moscone please stop to say hello (now that you’ve seen my photo), and check out more on the partnership here.