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Trend-Setting Products in Data and Information Management for 2015

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Pivotal
www.pivotal.io
Pivotal Big Data Suite—provides a unified set of big data technologies for building a business data lake, including an unlimited subscription to Pivotal’s enterprise Hadoop distribution, Pivotal HD

Predixion Software
www.predixionsoftware.com
Predixion Insight—a predictive analytics platform for big data available in public, private, or hybrid cloud environments, as well as on-premises

Progress Software
www.progress.com
DataDirect Connect—an enterprise on-premise data connectivity product suite for managing and integrating data across relational, big data, and cloud data sources

Pythian
www.pythian.com
Pythian Adminiscope—a privileged session management solution that monitors and records all activity performed by DBAs and system administrators across an organization’s IT infrastructure

Qlik Tech International
www.qlik.com
Qlik Sense—self-service data visualization and discovery application that can be used by individuals, groups, and organizations

Gil Allouche, QuboleQubole
www.qubole.com
Qubole Data Service—provides a comprehensive big data service based on open Apache technologies, including Hive, MapReduce, Pig, Oozie, and Sqoop


Product Spotlight by Gil Allouche, Vice President of Marketing

Qubole Data Service (QDS) is a BDaas solution available on Amazon Web Services, Google Computer Engine and Microsoft Azure. This solution’s powerful features, along with access to Qubole’s seasoned Hadoop experts, remove roadblocks associated with on-premise Hadoop Here are some of the advantages of QDS ... read on.

RainStor, Inc.
http://rainstor.com
RainStor Archive App—the archive app for Hadoop 2.0 delivered as part of RainStor 6 provides faster query, enhanced governance and management using Hadoop’s YARN, HCatalog, and Ambari

Red Hat, Inc.
www.redhat.com
Red Hat Storage Server—combines Red Hat software with x86 commodity hardware to allow users to manage big, unstructured, and semi-structured data with deployment on-premise or in a public or hybrid cloud

RedPoint Global, Inc.
www.redpoint.net
RedPoint Data Management for Hadoop—application that helps businesses leverage big data within Hadoop without the need for specialized programming skills

Mike Ruane, Revelation SoftwareRevelation Software, a Division of Revelation Technologies
www.revelation.com
OpenInsight 9.4—the latest release of Revelation’s flagship product, a database development suite that provides Windows, Web 2.0, and .NET tools to develop and deploy mission-critical application, adds OpenInsight for Web (O4W) v1.5 enhancements and increased OEngineServer stability

Product Spotlight by Mike Ruane, President & CEO

Revelation Software’s OpenInsight application development environment consists of a fully integrated suite of tools that enable today’s application developers to create, deploy and maintain business critical database solutions for Windows environments. Whether they are single user standalone systems, multi-user server systems with hundreds of users, or even web solutions with millions of users, OpenInsight provides one complete toolset that will enable your solutions to scale and grow with your business ... read on.

Revolution Analytics
www.revolutionanalytics.com
Revolution R Enterprise 7—providing advanced R analytics, the new platform is now integrated with more data and compute environments and features a “write once deploy anywhere” functionality allowing users to more fully utilize data management platforms such as Hadoop and second-generation enterprise data warehouses

Rocket Software, Inc.
www.rocketsoftware.com
Rocket Data Virtualization—a mainframe data virtualization solution for universal access to data, regardless of location, interface, or format

SAP SE
www.sap.com
SAP HANA—an in-memory data platform, deployable as an on-premise appliance or in the cloud, for performing real-time analytics, and developing and deploying real-time applications

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