DBTA 100 2021: The Companies That Matter Most in Data

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Redgate Software
Redgate is a provider of tools that address problems developers and DBAs face every day and is relied upon by more than 100,000 companies including 91% of those in the Fortune 100.

Redis Labs
As the home of Redis, a popular open source database, Redis Labs provides a competitive edge to global businesses with Redis Enterprise, which allows teams to build performance, scalability, security, and growth into their applications.

Reltio provides the Reltio Connected Data Platform, a multi-tenant, multi-domain MDM solution that can manage massive data volumes in real time for operational, analytical, and data science use cases.

View From the Top by Venki Subramanian, Vice President of Product Management

Reltio disrupted the data management software market when it launched the first cloud-native master data management (MDM) software as a service (SaaS) platform nearly a decade ago. Read more.

rENIAC’s Data Engine accelerates and optimizes existing open source database implementations for data-centric applications, including AI, machine learning, fraud prevention, payment processing, identity resolution, and recommendation processes.

Revelation Software
Delivering tools, a database, and companion service, Revelation is known for its OpenInsight NoSQL MultiValue database development suite that provides Windows, Web 2.0, and .NET tools to develop and deploy mission-critical applications.

View From the Top by Mike Ruane President & CEO

But now, (and use the buzz phrase of your choice—in these uncertain times, in this new normal, these unforeseen conditions, etc.), things are different, and so we’re reacting differently as well. Read more.

Rocket Software
A global technology provider, Rocket Software specializes in app modernization and systems optimization to help organizations build solutions that meet today’s needs while extending the value of their technology investments for the future.

Rubrik enables enterprises to maximize value from data that is increasingly fragmented across data centers and clouds by delivering a single, policy-driven platform for data recovery, governance, compliance, and cloud mobility.

Known for HANA, its platform for next-generation applications and analytics, SAP is a global provider of enterprise application software that empowers people and organizations to work together more efficiently and use business insight more effectively.

SAS Institute
SAS is a provider of business analytics software and services—across areas such as advanced analytics, BI, customer intelligence, and data management—that help customers transform their data into intelligence.

Semarchy provides the xDM platform—natively available on popular cloud marketplaces and also as SaaS—which enables organizations to bring together the critical information scattered across applications into a single data hub, with fast time to value.

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