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Big Data 50—Companies Driving Innovation in 2020

A global professional services company, Accenture provides a broad range of services in strategy and consulting, interactive technology, and operations, with digital capabilities across all of these services to help clients improve their performance and create lasting value across their enterprises.

Through the deployment of innovative, enterprise-class, hybrid data products, fully managed cloud services, mobile, and IoT edge data management, and industry solutions, Actian ensures that business-critical systems can analyze, transact, and connect at their very best—both on-premise and in the cloud.

A provider of real-time NoSQL data solutions for any scale, Aerospike offers a patented Hybrid Memory Architecture that delivers competitive advantage to organizations by unlocking the full potential of modern hardware—delivering value from vast amounts of data.

Proven at global web-scale in production for modern data services, Alluxio is the developer of open source data orchestration software that moves data closer to big data and machine learning compute frameworks across clusters, regions, clouds, and countries.

Providing a data security as a service platform that brings simplicity to the control of sensitive data consumption, ALTR's cloud-native approach extends zero trust to the SQL layer, stopping credentialed access threats and SQL injection attacks in their tracks. 

Amazon Web Services 
The provider of a cloud platform, AWS offers more than 175 fully featured services and is used by millions of customers—including fast-growing startups, large enterprises, and leading government agencies—to lower costs, become more agile, and innovate faster.

Cambridge Semantics 
As a modern graph-driven data integration and enterprise analytics software company that enables seamless access, integration, and analysis of all enterprise data via a graph-driven data fabric architecture, Cambridge Semantics connects and brings meaning to information from any system across the enterprise.

Advancing digital transformation for the world’s largest enterprises, Cloudera helps people to transform complex data into clear and actionable insights, with an enterprise data cloud for any data, anywhere, from the edge to AI.

Accelerating business outcomes, Collibra provides a cloud-based platform that connects the right data, insights, and algorithms to data users in order to unlock the value of data and turn it into a competitive asset.

As a distributed cloud-native database, Couchbase runs in modern environments and on any cloud, either customer-managed or managed as-a-service, and combines the best of NoSQL with the familiarity of SQL to simplify the transition from mainframe and relational databases.

Big Data Trailblazer by Ravi Mayuram, SVP of Engineering and CTO

Couchbase is the only database that combines the best of NoSQL with the ease and power of SQL along with ACID transaction guarantees, all in one platform. With key-value store performance and document database flexibility, Couchbase is a multi-model database whose points of differentiation are appreciated in enterprise business-critical applications. And where we are uniquely positioned is in our versatility for developers to build and deploy cutting-edge applications that scale with ease.

Thanks to our unique in-memory, shared-nothing, distributed architecture, Couchbase is routinely used for caching layers, user profiles, and transactional systems of record across high-scale as well as high-flexibility use cases, including offline-first applications at the edge. By design, Couchbase is accessed (SQL for JSON, full-text search, analytics) and managed through a consistent set of APIs, and scaled, upgraded, and managed as a single unit, making Couchbase a complete database platform that not only addresses the needs of today, but offers a path to tomorrow’s global multicloud deployments. Tomorrow’s applications will need cross-datacenter replication (XDCR), Kubernetes-powered Couchbase Autonomous Operator, and Couchbase Cloud, all of which are available today.

What all this means for our customers is they can seamlessly migrate from relational to NoSQL—without disrupting their development environment and with no need to rip and replace. Businesses can be confident that their applications will deliver uncompromised performance and availability, at any scale, across any location, now and in the future.


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