DBTA 100: The Companies That Matter Most in Data

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MapR Technologies, Inc.         
John Schroeder, CEO & Co-Founder
Dedicated to bringing the promise of Hadoop to more business users, MapR delivers an enterprise platform that supports operations ranging from batch analytics to real-time database functions.

MarkLogic Corp. 
Gary Bloom, CEO & President         
With a focus on helping customers capture more data, and do more with it, enterprise NoSQL database provider MarkLogic enables organizations to turn all data—including user-generated content, machine-generated content, social media, log files, and sensor data—into valuable and actionable information.

Gary Bloom, CEO, MarkLogic

View from the Top by Gary Bloom, CEO, MarkLogic

Data is an enabler—and an inhibitor. It can yield tremendous insights and answers, but when it is in the wrong format, too big or changing too frequently, it becomes a resource-sink—of people, knowledge and technology. Tools need to evolve to eliminate data constraints ... read on.

McAfee—an Intel Company      
Michael DeCesare, President
McAfee’s solutions and services help secure systems and networks around the world. Architected to work together, its solutions integrate antimalware, antispyware, and antivirus software with security management features that deliver real-time visibility and analytics, reduce risk, ensure compliance, and improve internet security.

Melissa Data Corp.           
Raymond F. Melissa, President & Founder   
Companies rely on Melissa Data for a single, accurate view of critical information assets. Melissa Data’s data quality software, cloud services, and data integration components verify, standardize, consolidate, enhance and update U.S., Canadian, and global contact data, including addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses.

MemSQL, Inc.       
Eric Frenkiel, CEO & Co-Founder    
Making it easy to query big data, MemSQL provides a distributed in-memory database that enables real-time analytics on big data, helping organizations to make data-driven decisions, better engage customers, and discover competitive advantages.

Microsoft Corp.  
Steve Ballmer, CEO   
Supporting information workers at companies large and small around the world, Microsoft is an innovator in a wide range of categories, including infrastructure software, developer tools, cloud, as well as productivity, collaboration, and enterprise social products and services.

MicroStrategy, Inc.        
Michael Saylor, Chairman & CEO    
MicroStrategy is a worldwide provider of enterprise software, including a business intelligence platform that enables organizations to analyze vast amounts of data; a mobile platform  that  lets organizations rapidly build enterprise-caliber mobile applications; applications services; and cloud deployment options.

Mpower1 International   
Pete Loveless, Director
The Mpower1 Group of companies includes jBASE International, a provider of database management products and development tools, BlueFinity International; which supplies software development tools and consultancy services to the MultiValue database and Microsoft developer communities; and BAS International, which offers MultiValue and .NET expertise.

Neo Technology, Inc.      
Emil Eifrem, CEO     
With support for full ACID transactions and high-availability clustering, as well as transaction support, Neo Technology’s NoSQL graph database technology is built from the ground up for use in mission-critical systems with highly inter-connected data models.

Ntirety, Inc.       
Michael Corey, Founder & CEO       
Providing Database Administration as a Service, Ntirety’s experienced staff of Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, and MySQL DBAs augment customers’ existing IT teams to deliver a range of DBA services, including 24/7 coverage for customers.

Michael Corey, CEO, Ntirety

View from the Top by Michael Corey, CEO, Ntirety

For close to 30 years, I have been actively involved with the database community. From one of the first Oracle Database Administrators, to President of the Independent Oracle Users Group; from one of the Founders of the Professional Association of SQL Server, to one of the original Oracle*Press authors; from Oracle ACE to VMware vExpert for database virtualization, I have seen an amazing succession of changes take place in our industry on.

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