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MV Vendors Get Noticed in DBTA 100


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It’s all about keeping up with the ever-evolving tech landscape as many companies continue to introduce new platforms that help uncover knowledge within the massive amount of information that resides in the data landscape.

But, as creative approaches to managing and accessing data such as Hadoop, cloud and NoSQL, have emerged, tried and true technologies such as MultiValue have also remained as important as ever.

In this year’s DBTA 100 list of companies that matter most in data, leading MultiValue companies were among the vendors spotlighted such as Entrinsik, Kore Technologies, Pick Cloud, Revelation Software, and Rocket Software.

Entrinsik offers information management solutions, including a reporting and business intelligence solution that enables organizations to connect data across multiple sources, including Microsoft SQL Server, Informix, Oracle, IBM DB2, MySQL, Microsoft Access, UniData, UniVerse, D3, and Google Docs.

Kore provides an enterprise integration and data management suite that helps extend the life and capabilities of MultiValue systems, as well as an ecommerce framework and web solutions built to support large enterprises with high transaction volumes.

As a MultiValue database-as-a-service provider specializing in both public and private cloud solutions, Pick Cloud brings MV environments to the cloud allowing users to deploy and begin managing applications and workloads. The company was founded by Mark Pick, who is the son of Dick Pick, one of the founding fathers of MultiValue.

Revelation Software provides a suite of development tools, a database, and related services that take full advantage of leading computing architectures and operating environments to ensure the preservation of information systems and application investments by its developer and user community.

Helping customers prevent outages, as well as protect, store, share, and virtualize data, Rocket Software provides solutions and products across areas such as DBMSs and application servers, the mainframe, data migration, network management, virtualization, enterprise performance management, and BI and analytics.


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