DBTA 100 2014 - The Companies That Matter Most in Data

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LexisNexis, A Member of Reed Elsevier
Mike Walsh, CEO
LexisNexis has more than 35 years experience in managing big data. To manage, sort, link, and analyze billions of records within sub-seconds, LexisNexis created a supercomputer built on its own high-performing computing cluster (HPCC) platform, providing an alternative to Hadoop.

Logi Analytics
Brett Jackson, President & CEO
Offering a data discovery platform and a business intelligence platform, Logi Analytics helps users uncover new insights in their data, and is a provider on an OEM basis to ISVs and SaaS vendors.

Paul Doscher, President & CEO
Known for search, discovery and analytics, LucidWorks provides enterprise-grade search development platforms built on Apache Lucene/Solr open source search technology.

Magnitude Software (formerly Kalido and Noetix Corp.)
Nigel Turner, President
Magnitude Software is a provider of enterprise information management (EIM) software. The company was formed in April 2014 with the merger of Noetix, a provider of instant operational reporting and packaged analytics for Oracle Applications, and Kalido, a provider of business-driven information management software.

MapR Technologies, Inc.
John Schroeder, CEO & Co-Founder
Providing an enterprise-grade platform that supports mission-critical and real-time production uses, MapR brings dependability, ease-of-use and speed to Hadoop, NoSQL, database, and streaming applications in a single big data platform.

John Schroeder, CEO & Co-Founder

View from the Top by John Schroeder, CEO & Co-Founder

MapR delivers on the promise of Hadoop with a proven, enterprise-grade platform that supports a broad set of mission-critical and real-time production uses. MapR brings unprecedented dependability, ease-of-use and world-record speed to Hadoop, NoSQL, database and streaming applications in one unified big data platform ... read on

MarkLogic Corp.
Gary Bloom, CEO & President
Helping organizations to turn all data into valuable and actionable information, MarkLogic provides an enterprise NoSQL database with ACID transactions, big data search, high availability, government-grade security, and tools for monitoring and management.

Gary Bloom, CEO

View from the Top by Gary Bloom, CEO

We call ourselves an “Enterprise NoSQL database” because we have the ability to handle the volume, variety, and velocity of data, AND we have the necessary features to run at the heart of an organization. Investment banks, healthcare organizations, and major publishers all bet their business on us because we have the features they cannot live without: ACID Transactions ... read on.

McAfee—An Intel Company
Michael DeCesare, President
With products that span data protection, database security, email and web security, endpoint protection, mobile security, and network security, McAfee enables a connected security approach to protect the entire infrastructure and also helps enterprises manage risk and meet compliance demands more efficiently.

Melissa Data Corp.
Raymond F. Melissa, President & Founder
Specializing in Microsoft .NET and SQL Server Integration Services, IBM, Java and Oracle environments with APIs, web services and enterprise plugins that support batch and real-time applications, Melissa Data is an international provider of data quality and address verification software.

Raymond Melissa, President & Founder

View from the Top by Raymond Melissa, President & Founder

Nearly 30 years ago, Melissa Data recognized that contact data management was a driving force behind business success. Our goal was clear—a commitment to data quality solutions to improve organizations’ overall business operations around the world through data verification and enrichment. No matter the use of the data or size of the company, one simple truth remains: good data means better business ... read on.

MemSQL, Inc.
Eric Frenkiel, CEO & Co-Founder
Providing a database for fast data processing, MemSQL combines in-memory row and flash-optimized column stores, to enable companies to capture, store, and query hundreds of terabytes of data in real-time, and also makes that data accessible with a SQL interface.

Microsoft Corp.
Satya Nadella, CEO
A longstanding IT leader, Microsoft, which just released the latest version of its flagship DBMS—with cloud, BI, and mission-critical performance enhancements —offers innovative products that span infrastructure software, developer tools, cloud, as well as productivity, collaboration and enterprise social products and services.

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