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Big Data 50 - Companies Driving Innovation in 2017

IDERA
www.idera.com
Understanding that IT doesn’t run on the network—it runs on the data and databases that power the business, IDERA database lifecycle management solutions help database and IT professionals design, monitor, and manage data systems withconfidence, whether in the cloud or on-premises.

InfluxData
www.influxdata.com
As the creator of InfluxDB, a modern open source platform built for metrics and events (time series data), InfluxData helps developers build next-generation monitoring, analytics, and IoT applications faster, easier, and to scale the delivery of business value quickly.

Informatica
www.informatica.com
As a leading provider of enterprise cloud data management, Informatica helps accelerate data-driven digital transformation by enabling companies to become more agile, realize new growth opportunities, and create newinnovations.

Looker Data Sciences
www.looker.com
Powering data-driven cultures at more than 800 companies, Looker is a complete data platform that offers data analytics and business insights to any department and integrates into applications to get data directly into the decision making process.

MapR Technologies
www.mapr.com
With a converged data platform that integrates Hadoop, Spark, and Apache Drill with real-time database capabilities, global event streaming, and scalable enterprise storage, MapR supports a new generation of big data applications.

MarkLogic
www.marklogic.com
With expertise in integrating data from silos, MarkLogic’s operational and transactional enterprise NoSQL database platform empowers its customers to build nextgeneration applications on a unified, 360-degree view of their data.

Melissa
www.melissa.com
Melissa helps organizations profile, cleanse and verify, dedupe, and enrich all identification data (name, address, email, and phone number) and more to give businesses clean, accurate and up-to-date customer information so organizations can monetize big data, improve sales and marketing, reduce costs, and drive business insight.

Microsoft
www.microsoft.com
Microsoft offers an assortment of technologies and solutions for businesses of all sizes, across desktop applications, relational database management technology, operating systems, search, and mobile devices, in the cloud and on-premise.

MicroStrategy
www.microstrategy.com
Providing enterprise analytics, mobility, and security platforms, MicroStrategy supports access to any enterprise resource, including databases, enterprise directories, and cloud applications.

MongoDB
www.mongodb.com
A NoSQL database, MongoDB uses a document data model that is similar to JSON to provide flexibility that allows development teams to evolve the data model rapidly as its application requirements change.

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