Trend-Setting Products in Data and Information Management for 2019

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Cambridge Semantics
AnzoGraph—a native, massively parallel processing, distributed graph database that provides advanced analytics at big data scale and is available on a standalone basis for use behind the firewall as well as in the cloud

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Cambridge Semantics

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Cazena’s Data Lake as a Service—with the goal of accelerating enterprises’ ability to leverage analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence without hiring or re-training their workforce, Cazena’s Data Lake as a Service, its flagship solution, offers a SaaS-like experience for analytics and business teams, with enterprise features for IT   

Cisco Systems
Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS)—an integrated, scalable, multi-chassis platform for data center environments that combines compute, network, storage access, and virtualization into a system designed to reduce total cost of ownership and increase business agility and
IT staff productivity

ClearDB’s MySQL Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) solution—delivers a geographically redundant database infrastructure to help ensure that continuous access to a customer’s MySQL database assets in the cloud is not only resilient within local clusters but across geographies

Cloudera Data Science Workbench—with Python, R, and Scala directly in the web browser, the platform for collaborative data science delivers a self-service experience with connectivity not only to CDH but also to the systems data science teams rely on for analysis

Cortex5 software—simplifies the design, development, delivery, and management of enterprise-grade artificial intelligence systems that weave knowledge and learning across the enterprise, and helps businesses apply artificial intelligence and blockchain technology to solve complex business problems in the financial services, healthcare, and digital commerce markets    

Collibra—designed to address the gamut of data stewardship, governance, and management needs of complex, data-intensive industries, the Collibra configurable cloud-based or on-premise solution puts people and processes first—automating data governance and management to quickly and securely deliver trusted data

Couchbase Server—built on NoSQL technology, the database software platform delivers performance at scale, in any cloud, and features such as a memory-first architecture, geo-distributed deployments, and workload isolation, plus a SQL-compatible query language (N1QL) to make migration from RDBMS to Couchbase Server easier

Data Dynamics
StorageX Dynamic File Management—helping to free data from technology lock-in, complexity, and risk, the platform provides enterprises with an intelligent, policy-based, cloud storage management platform to enable data portability, usability, and insight for business agility and operational efficiency

Databricks’ Unified Analytics Platform—a cloud-based platform powered by Apache Spark that enables data science teams to collaborate with data engineering and lines of business to build data products, recently added new capabilities to lower the barrier for enterprises to innovate with AI

DataStax Enterprise—powering the “Right-Now Enterprise” with the always-on, distributed cloud database built on Apache Cassandra and designed for hybrid cloud, DataStax Enterprise helps companies to exceed expectations through consumer and enterprise applications that provide responsive and meaningful engagement

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