Big data tools and vendors

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

By , ITworld |  Big Data

Vendor: Karmasphere
Location: Cupertino, CA
Products/Services: Data analytic and development services for Apache Hadoop data stores.

Vendor: Lucid Imagination
Location: Redwood City, CA
Products/Services: Distributor of commercial implementation of Apache Lucene and Apache Solr, with services and support. Provider of LucidWorks enterprise search software.

Vendor: MapR Technologies
Location: San Jose CA; Hyderabad, India
Products/Services: Distributor of commercial implementation of Apache Hadoop, with services and support.

Vendor: MarkLogic
Location: Various global locations
Products/Services: Data analyic and visualization services.

Vendor: Netezza Corp.
Location: Various global locations
Products/Services: Massively parallel processing data appliances, analytic services.

Vendor: Oracle
Location: Various global locations
Products/Services: Various hardware and software offerings, including Big Data Appliance, MySQL Cluster, Exadata Database Machine.

Vendor: ParAccel
Location: Campbell, CA; San Diego, CA; Wokingham, United Kingdom
Products/Services: Data analyics using column-store technology.

Vendor: Pentaho
Location: Various global locations
Products/Services: Data analytic services for Apache Hadoop data stores.

Vendor: Pervasive Software
Location: Austin, TX
Products/Services: Data analytic services for Apache Hadoop data stores based on Hive.

Vendor: Platform Computing
Location: Various global locations
Products/Services: Distributor of commercial implementation of Apache Hadoop, with services and support.

Vendor: RackSpace
Location: Global
Products/Services: Provider of cloud-based database, storage, and processing services.

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