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DBTA 100 2016 - The Companies That Matter Most in Data

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

MicroStrategy, Inc.
www.microstrategy.com
A provider of enterprise software platforms, MicroStrategy’s mission is to provide a flexible, powerful, scalable, and user-friendly analytics and identity management platform on premises or in the cloud.

MongoDB, Inc.
www.mongodb.com
MongoDB is a NoSQL database that 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.

Neo Technology, Inc.
http://neo4j.com
Neo Technology is a provider of NoSQL graph databases and creator of Neo4j, an enterprise database that combines native graph storage, scalable architecture, and ACID compliance forpredictability of relationship-based queries.

Ntirety, a division of HOSTING
http://ntirety.com
Ntirety helps companies manage the entire database governance lifecycle with services, including remote database administration as a service, consulting, DBA on-demand, application and database performance as a service, and cloud services.

View from the Top by  Michael Corey, President, Ntirety

My first foray into the realm of Oracle occurred over 30 years ago with Oracle version 3. Today, just as then, there is a critical need for the technologist to ensure that the database runs optimally and that the information held within the database is safe and secure. Information technology’s antiquity limited the companies to directly hired staff or expensive consultants when considering options for management of the database. Managed Database Services companies such as Ntirety had yet to be conceived … read on.  

NuoDB, Inc.
www.nuodb.com
NuoDB offers NewSQl database technology for the cloud and the modern data center to support distribution of a single, logical database across multiple geographies with multiple master copies and transactional consistency.

Objectivity, Inc.
www.objectivity.com
Bridging the gap between big data and fast data in the Internet of Things landscape, Objectivity provides InfiniteGraph, a distributed graph database, as well as Objectivity/DB, a distributed and scalable object management database.

OpenText Actuate Analytics
www.actuate.com/products
In an increasingly social and mobile world, the OpenText EIM strategy consists of comprehensive and integrated product suites spanning content, process, experience, discovery, information exchange, and analytics to help organizations increase innovation and productivity while minimizing risk.

Oracle Corp.
www.oracle.com
Oracle offers an integrated stack of cloud applications, platform services, and engineered systems that combine hardware and software to provide customers with deployment flexibility and benefits including application integration, advanced security, high availability, scalability, energy efficiency, performance, and low total cost of ownership.

Cisco ParStream
www.parstream.com
The ParStream platform, recently acquired by Cisco, allows users to process, analyze, and store data at the edge by connecting streaming data with historic data.

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