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DBTA 100 2019 - The Companies That Matter Most in Data

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Attunity (A Division of Qlik)
www.attunity.com
Providing data integration and big data management software that enables availability, delivery, and management of data across heterogeneous enterprise platforms, organizations, and the cloud, Attunity’s  solutions enable data replication and distribution, test data management, CDC,  data connectivity, and more.

View From the Top By Itamar Ankorion, SVP & Managing Director, Data Integration

The overwhelming amount of data and today’s business requirements for real-time information puts in perspective the need for data to become more fluid, yet many organizations continue to live in a world of data silos. DataOps rises to the challenge. Read on.

Bradmark Technologies
www.bradmark.com
With a mission to deliver data management solutions and services in support of customers’ business challenges, Bradmark is a full-service provider for SAP database and technology, offering SAP database products, database monitoring technology, and consulting services.

Cambridge Semantics
www.cambridgesemantics.com
An enterprise big data management and exploratory analytics software company, Cambridge Semantics provides customers with an open standards-based semantic layer, along with an enterprise-scale information fabric as an overlay that manages common access to all of an organization’s information assets.

CenturyLink
www.centurylink.com
With customers in more than 60 countries, CenturyLink helps solve the increased demand for reliable and secure connections and also serves as a trusted partner, helping to manage network and IT complexity and providing managed network and cybersecurity solutions.     

Cisco
www.cisco.com
Offering IT products and services spanning networking, wireless and mobility, security, IoT, analytics, and more, Cisco is a worldwide technology leader whose people, products, and partners help organizations securely connect and seize tomorrow’s digital opportunity today.

Cloudera
www.cloudera.com
Delivering an enterprise data cloud for any data, anywhere, from the edge to AI, and powered by the open source community, Cloudera—which completed its merger with Hortonworks earlier this year—advances digital transformation and helps change complex data into clear and actionable insights.

Collibra
www.collibra.com
Providing data governance and catalog software, Collibra helps organizations across the world gain a competitive advantage by maximizing the value of their data and offers a solution purpose-built to address the data stewardship, governance, and management needs of data-intensive industries.

Continuent
www.continuent.com
A provider of database clustering and replication for high availability, globally redundant disaster recovery, and performance scaling, Continuent helps enterprises run business-critical applications on cost-effective open source software.

View from the top by Eero Teerikorpi, CEO


“Is data the new oil or not?” is a question that has been much debated and opinions differ, depending on how it is approached. Read on.

Couchbase
www.couchbase.com
Built on NoSQL technology, Couchbase Server delivers performance at scale in any cloud, and offers features such as a memory-first architecture, geo-distributed deployments, workload isolation, and a SQL-compatible query language to make migrating from RDBMSs easy with ANSI joins.

View from the top by Ravi Mayuram; Senior VP Engineering and Chief Technology Officer


Couchbase is the only database that combines the best of NoSQL with the ease and power of SQL, all in one platform. It’s uniquely positioned by its ability to scale and perform at scale with high reliability. Read on.

Databricks
https://databricks.com
Founded by the creators of Apache Spark, Databricks provides a Unified Analytics Platform for data science teams to collaborate with data engineering and lines of business, and enables users to create analytic workflows that go from ETL and interactive exploration to production.

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