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DBTA 100 2016 - The Companies That Matter Most in Data

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Data Intensity
www.dataintensity.com
Data Intensity is a provider of analytics, business intelligence, and managed cloud services for enterprise application and data management support for the full scope of a customer’s enterprise data lifecycle.

DataStax
www.datastax.com
Supporting the performance and availability demands of web, mobile, and IoT applications, DataStax, a provider of database software for cloud applications, offers a platform built on the Apache Cassandra NoSQL database technology.

Datavail
www.datavail.com
Remote database administration services provider Datavail specializes in Oracle, Oracle E-Business Suite, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, MongoDB, DB2, and SharePoint and offers managed database services, database design, architecture, and staffing.

View from the Top by Scott Frock, SVP Solution Development

What does “DevOps” really mean? Can its scope and application be confined to a single definition that will last through the years? Or, like the very industry in which it’s applied, does it evolve and change over time? … read on.

Datical
www.datical.com
Datical offers agile database automation solutions to help organizations shorten the time it takes to bring applications to market while eliminating the security vulnerabilities, errors, data loss, and downtime often associated with current database deployment methods.

DBI (Database-Brothers, Inc.)
www.dbisoftware.com
DBI provides DB2 LUW performance solutions for retailers, banks, state governments, insurance companies, healthcare companies, manufacturers, and others with demanding requirements.

View from the Top by  Scott Hayes, President & Founder

Scott Hayes is an IBM DB2 LUW Performance Expert, IBM DB2 GOLD Consultant, IBM Information Management Champion, US patent inventor, published author, blogger on DB2 LUW performance topics, and popular frequent speaker at IBM IOD and IDUG Conferences. He started DBI Software in July 2005 with one simple mission: “Help People!” Ten years later, this simple mission is still DBI’s #1 core value, though Mr. Hayes admits, “We are better at helping people with DB2 than their marriages or cars" ... read on.

Dell Inc.
http://software.dell.com
Dell Inc. and EMC Corp. have signed a definitive agreement under which Dell, together with its owners, Michael S. Dell, chairman and CEO of Dell, MSD Partners, and Silver Lake, is acquiring EMC. The combined company, to be named Dell Technologies, will span consumer and enterprise technologies, including servers, storage, virtualization, and PCs.

Delphix
www.delphix.com
Delphix provides software to help organizations deliver virtualized data across the application lifecycle, spanning development, testing and reporting environments, and improves developer productivity and data security on premises or in the cloud.

Denodo Technologies
www.denodo.com
Denodo offers data virtualization software to enable faster and easier access to unified business information by providing data integration and data abstraction across a broad range of enterprise, cloud, big data, unstructured data sources, and real-time data services.

View from the Top by Alberto Pan, CTO

Traditional data integration architectures rely on replicating all of the relevant data and storing it in a central repository. But replicating big data is impossible, and trying to centralize the cloud is like trying to boil the ocean. For today’s Fortune 500 companies seeking to monetize big data, traditional data integration architectures lead to very slow development and slow decision making, when they don’t lead directly to “big data paralysis,” which is an abundance of data without the knowledge of how to benefit from it. Companies need data integration architectures that can support a fast data strategy, and data virtualization provides such an architecture … read on.

 

Driven, Inc., formerly Concurrent
www.concurrentinc.com
Driven, a provider of application development and performance management solutions, aims to deliver products that makes it simpler for enterprises of all sizes to create, deploy, monitor, and manage their big data applications.

Empolis Information Management GmbH
www.empolis.com
Empolis provides Smart Information Management software to support the creation, management, analysis, processing and provisioning of relevant information for business processes, regardless of source, format, user, location or device.

View from the Top by Dr. Stefan Wess, CEO

Big Data has set the stage for the comeback of Artificial Intelligence and many international companies have put it on the top of their agendas. They find it increasingly challenging to make ideal and purposeful use of the exponentially growing amount of unstructured data—such as texts, business and PDF documents, web contents, social media, videos, audio and graphic sources—in order to meet their business-critical processes … read on.  

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