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DBTA 100 2017 - The Companies That Matter Most in Data

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The world of data management is constantly changing. The DBTA 100 is our way of recognizing vendors who are evolving with the times and leading the charge to address new opportunities and requirements.

Today, data is on the move, streaming in to organizations and being stored in more repositories of greater variety than ever before. In transit and at rest, that data must be protected but also made available to more users so they can quickly glean insights and react to new opportunities.

The challenges facing data managers were laid out in a recent Unisphere Research report on enterprise data management, which noted that many companies now manage a staggering amount of structured, semistructured, and unstructured data. Close to 10% of respondents to the survey say they are managing 10PB of data or more.

Not only are data volumes on the rise, but the variety of data types and sources is leading to heightened complexity, as is the array of storage approaches, including internal, on-premises systems and cloud, the report noted. At the same time, companies have the ability to capture data from a larger variety of sources than ever before, including mobile devices, IoT sensors, and the web.

To help leverage all this data, new approaches are being embraced, and more are on the way. Hadoop and Spark are two open source technologies that aim to help with processing larger quantities of data. NoSQL and cloud databases are also being put to greater use. Artificial intelligence and machine learning offer the promise of predictive and prescriptive analytics, while blockchain distributed ledger technology is gaining attention as a potential disruptor in the data management space.

And yet, relational technologies continue to reign supreme, trusted MultiValue(sometimes referred to as the fifth NoSQL database) plays a key role in many organizations, and the mainframe is holding strong as a strategic platform due to its reliability, scalability, security, and performance.

Embracing the old and new, well-established and cutting edge, this fifth annual DBTA 100 list spotlights the companies that are dealing with evolving market demands through innovation in software, services, and hardware. The list includes long-established IT companies and newer upstarts anxious to shake up the data management space. And, as we do each year, we present “View from the Top” articles by company executives explaining how their organizations are uniquely addressing the data challenges of today—and tomorrow.

We encourage you to learn more about these companies by visiting their websites, and, to stay on top of the latest news, IT trends, and research, go to www.dbta.com

Company NameExecutive Commentary 
Actian 
Aerospike View from the Top
AgilData 
Alphabet 
Alpine Data Labs 
Amazon Web Services 
Arcadia Data 
AttunityView from the Top
BackOffice AssociatesView from the Top
BDNA 
Birst 
Blue Medora 
BMC Software 
Bradmark Technologies View from the Top
Cambridge Semantics 
Cask Data 
CenturyLink 
Cisco 
Cloudera 
Collibra 
Compuware View from the Top
Confluent 
Couchbase View from the Top
Databricks 
Data Intensity View from the Top
DataStax 
Datavail View from the Top
Datical View from the Top
DBI (Database-Brothers, Inc.) View from the Top
Dell EMC 
Delphix 
Denodo Technologies View from the Top
Empolis Information Management View from the Top
EnterpriseDB
 
Entrinsik 
erwin View from the Top
Franz View from the Top
GridGain 
Hazelcast 
Hitachi Data Systems View from the Top
Hortonworks 
HPE (Hewlett Packard Enterprise) 
HVR Software 
IBM (International Business Machines) 
IDERA 
Ignite Technologies 
Informatica View from the Top
Information Builders 
Innovative Routines International (IRI), The CoSort Co. 
Jinfonet Software 
Kore Technologies View from the Top
Looker Data Sciences 
MapR Technologies View from the Top
MarkLogic 
McAfee 
MelissaView from the Top
MemSQL 
MENTIS 
Microsoft 
MicroStrategy 
MongoDB 
Navicat (PremiumSoft CyberTech Ltd.) View from the Top
Objectivity View from the Top
Oracle View from the Top
Paxata 
Percona 
Progress
 
Pure Storage View from the Top
Pythian (The Pythian Group) View from the Top
QlikTech International
 
Qubole 
Quest Software 
Rackspace 
Redgate Software View from the Top
Red Hat 
Redis Labs View from the Top
RedPoint Global View from the Top
Reltio View from the Top
Revelation Software View from the Top
Rocket Software 
SAP 
SAS Institute 
Search Technologies 
Sinequa 
Sisense 
Snaplogic 
Snowflake Computing 
Software AG 
SolarWinds 
Splice Machine 
Splunk 
SentryOne 
Striim View from the Top
Syncsort 
Tableau Software 
Talend 
Teradata 
TmaxSoft View from the Top
VMware 
VoltDB View from the Top
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