The Big Data Group, LLC today announced the January 2013 Edition of The Big Data Landscape. The Big Data Group produces The Big Data Landscape, Big Data Trends, and Big Data TV.
"Given the incredible amount of interest and investment in the Big Data space, we decided to publish this updated, comprehensive version of The Big Data Landscape," said David Feinleib, Managing Partner of The Big Data Group.
Big Data is a major technology trend. It involves the rapid growth of machine data and user-generated content. Strategic use of Big Data enables companies to gain competitive advantage.
When the landscape was first created in June of 2012, it included just over 30 companies. Since then, the landscape has expanded to include more than 100. The Big Data Landscape has become an industry reference for Big Data vendors of all sizes, public and private market investors, and technology buyers.
The Big Data Landscape - January 2013 Edition is available immediately in embeddable form at http://www.slideshare.net/bigdatalandscape/the-big-data-landscape.
An interactive version of the landscape is available at BigDataLandscape.com. Visitors to the site can click on any company to get a detailed company description. They can also submit new entries to the landscape.
The Big Data Landscape categorizes Big Data companies into infrastructure and applications. It then further groups companies into specific sub-categories, making it easy to understand the Big Data ecosystem quickly and easily.
The companies included in The Big Data Landscape - January 2013 Edition are:
Analytics Infrastructure: Calpont, Cloudera, DataStax, Exasol, EMC Greenplum, Hadapt, HortonWorks, Infobright, Informatica, Kognitio, MapR, ParAccel, and Vertica (HP).
Operational Infrastructure: 10gen, Aerospike, Couchbase, MarkLogic, Terracotta, and VoltDB.
Infrastructure as a Service: Continuuity, Infochimps, JSMapreduce, Mortar, and Qubole.
Structured Databases: DB2 (IBM), Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, and Sybase.
Vertical Applications: Agilone, Atigeo, Bloomreach, Ellucian, Myrix, Placed, PredPol, Quantivo, and NGData.
Operational Intelligence: Loggly, New Relic, Splunk, Sumo Logic, and Vitria.
Data as a Service: DataSift, Factual, FICO, Gnip, Inrix, Kaggle, Knoema, Lexis Nexis, Loqate, and Space Curve.
Ad / Media Applications: BlueFin, collective[i], DataXu, LuckySort, Media Science, MetaMarkets, Recorded Future, Rocket Fuel, and Turn.
Business Intelligence: Attivio, Bime, Birst, Chart.io, Domo, GoodData, HP Autonomy, IBM Cognos, JasperSoft, MicroStrategy, Oracle Hyperion, Pentaho, Recommind, SAP Business Objects, and SiSense.
Analytics and Visualization: 1010Data, Alteryx, Ayata, Centrifuge, Cirro, Clearstory, Datameer, Emcien, KarmaSphere, Metalayer, Opera, Palantir, Panopticon, Platfora, QlikTech, RJMetrics, Saffron, SAS, Tableau Software, Teradata Aster, TIBCO Spotfire, Visual.ly, and VMWare Cetas.
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