DBTA 100 2019 - The Companies That Matter Most in Data

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Founded in 1984, Entrinsik is a software company based in Raleigh, NC, whose flagship product is Informer, a data discovery and analytics platform that helps simplify the process of accessing, cleansing, blending, and analyzing on-premise and cloud data.

With a focus on data governance, erwin offers integrated enterprise modeling, data cataloging, and data literacy capabilities for fast insights to fuel risk management, compliance, customer satisfaction and trust, decision making, innovation, and transformation.

View from the top by Adam Famularo, CEO

Data is everywhere. So every day, industry and government are challenged to ride this massive data tidal wave. Read on.

Offering the FaunaDB database for modern, cloud-native, and heavily distributed application environments, Fauna aims to provide the benefits of NoSQL databases without sacrificing the enterprise capabilities delivered by relational systems, along with scalability, security, cloud-friendliness, and reliability.

View from the top by Evan Weaver, CEO

FaunaDB is a cloud-first database for modern applications. Our goal at Fauna is to make it effortless for developers to store and manage application state securely and reliably. Read on.

An innovator in AI and supplier of semantic graph database technology with experience in developing and deploying knowledge graph solutions, Franz brings domain, functional, statistical, and tools expertise under one roof, and offers bundled services covering consulting, data services, BI, and analytics.

View from the top by Jan Aasman, CEO

Gartner recently identified Knowledge Graphs as a key new technology in both their Hype Cycle for Artificial Intelligence and Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies. Read on.

Providing an enterprise-grade in-memory computing platform built on Apache Ignite that addresses the application needs of the digital enterprise, GridGain enables speed and scalability for both legacy and greenfield applications.

View from the top by Abe Kleinfeld, President & CEO

Companies undergoing digital transformations often find that their existing applications experience speed and scalability limitations. Read on.

Headquartered in Silicon Valley, Hazelcast provides an in-memory computing platform comprised of Hazelcast IMDG, an in-memory data grid that provides performance at scale, and Hazelcast Jet, an application embeddable, stream, and batch processing engine capable of supporting real-time streaming data.

HPE (Hewlett Packard Enterprise)
Focused on developing intelligent solutions that allow customers to capture, analyze, and act upon data from edge to cloud, HPE helps customers accelerate business outcomes by driving new business models, creating new customer and employee experiences, and increasing operational efficiency.

With a real-time cloud data replication solution that supports enterprise modernization efforts, HVR is designed to provide a reliable, secure, and scalable way to move large data volumes in complex environments, enabling real-time data updates, access, and analysis.

A producer and seller of hardware, middleware, and services, spanning analytics, cognitive computing, IoT, blockchain, cloud, the mainframe, security, and more, IBM is a multinational IT company that has continued to evolve since it was first formed more than 100 years ago.

Helping technical teams that manage complex data environments to minimize risk and maximize profitability, IDERA delivers tools that span on-premise, cloud, and hybrid platforms in order to put organizations in full control of the data management lifecycle.

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