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Trend-Setting Products in Data and Information Management for 2015

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TransLattice, Inc.
www.translattice.com
TransLattice Postgres-XL—open source, clustered, parallel SQL database designed for both OLTP and big data analytics

Treasure Data
www.treasuredata.com
Treasure Data—managed cloud service for collection, storage, and analysis of new big data sources, including web, mobile, log, and sensor data

Eric Herzog, Violin MemoryViolin Memory, Inc.
www.violin-memory.com
Violin Memory Concerto 7000—provides inline deduplication and compression to extend Violin Memory’s set of enterprise data services for all-flash array solutions with data reduction capabilities

Product Spotlight by Eric Herzog, CMO & Senior Vice President, Alliances

The Concerto 7000 All Flash Array, an industry first, combines performance and density under a dual-everything Flash Fabric Architecture™ with comprehensive data protection, efficiency and business continuity services. In the Concerto 7000, users can access 500,000 IOPS at consistent sub-millisecond latencies and mirroring, synchronous replication, remote asynchronous replication, encryption for data in-flight, clones, snapshots, and thin provisioning ... read on

VMware, Inc.
www.vmware.com
VMware vSphere—virtualization platform that simplifies IT by separating applications and operating systems from the underlying hardware so applications see dedicated resources but servers can be managed as a pool of resources

VoltDB
http://voltdb.com
VoltDB 4.5—designed to enable fast data, VoltDB combines the capabilities of an operational database, real-time analytics, and stream processing in one platform

WhereScape
www.wherescape.com
WhereScape 3D—a data-driven design solution
for planning and reality-testing data warehousing and BI projects that aims to help companies avoid risk by evaluating assumptions with real data upfront

Yellowfin
www.yellowfinbi.com
Yellowfin 7.1—new release of the analytics platform with enhancements focused on boosting location intelligence capabilities, improving CSV, support and increasing the number of visualizations supported by its Auto Chart functionality

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