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DBTA 100 2016 - The Companies That Matter Most in Data

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Paxata
www.paxata.com
Paxata provides a data preparation application that sits on top of an enterprise-scale platform built on Hadoop and powered by Spark, increasing users’ analytic productivity on managing data volumes and reducing the risk of data chaos.

Percona, LLC
www.percona.com
After acquiring Tokutek, including the Tokutek distribution of MongoDB, called TokuMX, Percona offers design, service, support, and remote management for both an ACID-compliant NoSQL database as well as MySQL.

Pick Cloud, Inc.
www.mypickcloud.com
A MultiValue database-as-a-service provider specializing in both public and private cloud solutions, Pick Cloud brings MultiValue environments to the cloud allowing users to deploy and begin managing applications and workloads.

Pivotal
http://pivotal.io
A supporter of open collaboration for big data, Pivotal provides a big data suite, whose components can be deployed on commodity hardware, pre-certified appliances, virtualized and private cloud instances, and in public clouds.

Predixion Software
www.predixionsoftware.com
Predixion Software offers a predictive analytics solution targeting the Internet of Things that can embed on devices, gateways, or the cloud.

Progress Software Corp.
www.progress.com
With the conviction that standards-based access is key to a simplified process, regardless of the data’s format or location, Progress Software provides data connectivity and integration solutions for a range of sources and systems, on-premise and in the cloud.

Protegrity
www.protegrity.com
Protegrity provides data security across big data clusters, cloud environments, databases, mainframes, and components of the heterogeneous enterprise by leveraging the knowledge and experience of leading tokenization specialists.

Pythian
www.pythian.com
As a global IT services company, Pythian specializes in designing, implementing, and managing systems that directly contribute to revenue and business success.

View from the Top by Robin McIntyre, VP Managed Services

The cloud promises agility, cost flexibility, availability, and elasticity, but moving your applications to the cloud is not always straightforward. Most enterprise applications rely on monolithic architecture and have certain characteristics that make them difficult to migrate to the cloud. These features also make it challenging to take advantage of the benefits touted by cloud vendors … read on.

Qlik
www.qlik.com
Allowing users to turn data into insights across all levels of the enterprise, Qlik provides a portfolio of products ranging from self-service visualization to guided and embedded analytics.

Qubole
www.qubole.com
The Qubole Data Service platform is based on open Apache technologies, and includes Hive, MapReduce, Pig, Oozie, and Sqoop to enable a complete big data service to provide data analysts with a graphical interface, built-in connectors, and elastic cloud infrastructure.

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