DBTA 100 2016 - The Companies That Matter Most in Data

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EnterpriseDB Corp.
EnterpriseDB provides an RDBMS based on PostgreSQL, including software, services, and training, to support mission-critical enterprise applications.

Entrinsik, Inc.
Entrinsik offers information management solutions, including a reporting and business intelligence solution that enables organizations to connect data
across multiple sources, including Microsoft SQL Server, Informix, Oracle, IBM DB2, MySQL, Microsoft Access, UniData, UniVerse, D3, and Google Docs.

ERwin, Inc.
ERwin was spun out of CA Technologies as a standalone entity, funded and supported by Parallax Capital Partners, with the intention of building a big data software company, whose flagship product will be the ERwin data modeling and big data solution.

View from the Top by  Adam Famularo, CEO

ERwin, Inc. is the maker of the award-winning and industry leading data modeling solution used by more than 50,000 data management professionals in 60+ countries. The gold standard in data management, Erwin enables midsize and enterprise companies to model and govern their most valuable resource - their data - and acts as an information hub to share data definitions, rules and structures across the organization … read on.

GridGain Systems provides enterprise-grade in-memory data fabric solutions based on Apache Ignite to support high-volume transactions, real-time analytics, and hybrid data processing.

View from the Top by Abe Kleinfeld, President & CEO

GridGain Systems uses in-memory computing to enable data-intensive applications to run 1,000x faster and massively scale out without ripping and replacing your existing databases or rewriting your applications. The GridGain cluster can scale out to support hundreds of TBs of in-memory data. The GridGain in-memory performance layer sits between your application and data layers and can be deployed on premise, in the cloud, or in hybrid environments … read on.

Hortonworks, Inc.
With a focus on driving innovation in open source communities such as Apache Hadoop, NiFi, and Spark, Hortonworks creates, distributes, and supports enterprise-ready open data platforms and modern data applications.

HPE (Hewlett Packard Enterprise)
Following its separation from Hewlett-Packard Co., Hewlett Packard Enterprise made its debut in late 2015 as a provider of enterprise technology
infrastructure, software and services businesses, spanning cloud, mobility, big data, and security.

IBM (International Business Machines Corp.)
Global technology company IBM offers hardware, software, and services spanning mainframe, cloud, security, mobility, cognitive computing, analytics, and commerce.

Idera, Inc.
Idera, a provider of database and infrastructure management software, recently acquired Embarcadero Technologies, a provider of software for database management and application development, creating a comprehensive portfolio of database management solutions in the market.

View from the Top by Randy Jacops, CEO

It’s increasingly clear that IT doesn’t run on the network – it runs on the data and databases that power your business. Research shows that 88 percent of application managers cite the database as the primary challenge with application performance. As the foundation on which all businesses operate, the database is the most critical element of IT infrastructure, requiring a consistent, reliable management approach … read on.

Focused on enabling the rapid analysis of machine-generated data, Infobright delivers an analytic database platform that allows applications to perform interactive, complex queries for better business decision making.

Informatica Corp.
Helping companies fully leverage their information assets whether on-premise, in the cloud, or on the internet, Informatica provides a range of products spanning big data management, data integration, cloud integration, data quality, security, and MDM.

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