Big data tools and vendors

Who's who in big data: How the tools and vendors break down

By , ITworld |  Big Data

Vendor: 1010 data
Location: New York, NY
Products/Services: Hosted analytical platform for big data, using big table-type data structures for consolidation and analysis.

Vendor: 10gen
Location: New York, NY; Palo Alto, CA; London, Great Britain; Dublin, Ireland
Products/Services: Commercial support and services for MongoDB.

Vendor: Acxiom
Location: Various global locations
Products/Services: Data analytics and processing, with an emphasis on marketing data and services.

Vendor: Amazon Web Services
Location: Global
Products/Services: Provider of cloud-based database, storage, processing, and virtual networking services.

Vendor: Aster Data
Location: San Carlos, CA
Products/Services: Data analytic services using Map/Reduce technology.

Vendor: Calpont
Location: Frisco, TX
Products/Services: InfiniDB Enterprise, is a column-sorted database that also provides massively parallel processing capabilities.

Vendor: Cloudera
Location: Palo Alto and San Francisco, CA
Products/Services: Distributor of commercial implementation of Apache Hadoop, with services and support.

Vendor: Couchbase
Location: Mountain View, CA
Products/Services: Commercial sponsor of the Couchbase Server Map/Reduce-oriented database, as well as Apache CouchDB and memcached.

Vendor: Datameer
Location: San Mateo, CA
Products/Services: Data visualization services for Apache Hadoop data stores.

Vendor: DataSift
Location: San Francisco, CA; Reading, United Kingdom
Products/Services: Social media data analytical services. Licensed re-syndicator of Twitter.

Vendor: DataStax
Location: San Mateo, CA; Austin, TX
Products/Services: Distributor of commercial implementation of Apache Cassandra, with services and support.

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