Surveillance DB Selected DBTAs Trendsetting products 2017

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Over the past 10 years, a wealth of products and services has emerged to help companies wring more value from the large quantities of data they are amassing. New entries are constantly coming on the market, while tried-and-true offerings continue to be updated with cutting-edge capabilities.

Today, innovative approaches, such as Hadoop, Spark, NoSQL, and NewSQL, are being used in addition to more established technologies, including the mainframe and relational and MultiValue database systems. Cloud solutions are working alongside on-premises, the range of open source technologies is growing in addition to proprietary options, and software-defined data centers are being deployed to augment hardware-based approaches.

According to the 2016 IOUG Survey on Enterprise Data Storage Trends, “Cloud Steps Up as a Data Storage Platform,” the volume of data to be stored continues to rise into the petabyte range for many organizations. The survey, conducted by Unisphere Research, a division of Information Today, Inc., and sponsored by Oracle, found that a total of 31% respondents have more than 100TB of Oracle Database data in storage, including clones, snapshots, replicas, backups, and archives—up from 28% of respondents 2 years ago. In addition, 15% of respondents now have more than 1PB of Oracle data within their enterprises—up from 10% in the previous survey.

Research from CSC finds that data production will be 44 times greater in 2020 than it was in 2009, and, by 2020, more than one-third of all data will live in or pass through the cloud. And, while projections for the growing number of connected devices have varied widely, many industry estimates still put the number of items that will collect and store data at a staggering number—somewhere between 20 billion and 30 billion—by 2020.

Indeed, data growth in all its varieties has been an ongoing hurdle for IT, yet today, there is no single solution that promises to answer all requirements. As a result, it is more important than ever to have the right tools for the job. Leading vendors are stepping up to help customers address their data-driven challenges and opportunities, with the associated demand for capabilities spanning self-service access, real-time insights, security, collaboration, governance, scalability, high availability, and more.

To help bring these resources to light, each year, Database Trends and Applications magazine looks for offerings that promise to help organizations derive greater benefit from their data, make decisions faster, and work smarter and more securely. On the following pages, we present DBTA’s list of Trend-Setting Products for 2017.

We encourage you to continue your exploration by visiting the companies’ websites for additional information. And, to stay on top of the latest news, IT trends, and research, go to, and review Unisphere Research’s library of survey reports at

In addition, in this issue, we include “Product Spotlight” articles penned by company executives with explanations of what makes these products unique.

Bradmark Technologies, Inc.
Bradmark Surveillance DB—an SAP database monitoring solution that provides database monitoring tools for SAP ASE, IQ, Replication Server, and HANA to support reliable data performance and availability

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 Product Spotlight

 Actian Corp.

Actian DataConnect

 Aerospike, Inc.



AgilData Scalable Cluster for MySQL

 Alpine Data

Alpine Chorus

Amazon Web Services, Inc.

Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS)

Attunity, Ltd.

Attunity Visibility


BackOffice Associates

BackOffice dspArchive

BDNA Corp.

BDNA Platform

Bradmark Technologies, Inc.

Bradmark Surveillance DB

Cask Data, Inc.

Cask Data Application Platform (CDAP)

CenturyLink, Inc.

CenturyLink Cognilytics

Cisco Systems, Inc.

Cisco ParStream

Citus Data, Inc.





 Cloudera, Inc.

Cloudera Enterprise

Compuware Corp. 



 Confluent, Inc.

Confluent Platform

 Couchbase, Inc.

Couchbase Server

 CrowdFlower, Inc.

CrowdFlower Platform

Databricks, Inc.



Dataguise DgSecure


DataStax Enterprise

Datavail Corp.



DBI Software (Database-Brothers, Inc.)

DBI Software pureFeat Performance Suite for IBM DB2 LUW


Dell EMC


Delphix Corp.

Delphix Platform

Denodo Technologies

Denodo Platform


Domo, Inc. 

Domo’s Business Cloud

Empolis Information Management GmbH

Empolis Smart Cloud


erwin, Inc.

erwin CloudCore


FairCom Corp.

FairCom c-treeACE

GridGain Systems, Inc.

GridGain In-Memory Data Fabric


 Hitachi Data Systems

Compute as a Cloud Service

 Hortonworks, Inc.

Hortonworks Data Platform

 Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)

HPE Helion

 HVR Software

HVR High Volume Replicator


 IBM Corp.

IBM Cloud Services

 IDERA, Inc.

DB PowerStudio

 Informatica, LLC

Informatica Big Data Management

 Information Builders


Intel Corp. 

Intel IoT Platform

 InterSystems Corp.

InterSystems Caché

Innovative Routines International (IRI),
The CoSort Company

Data Protector Suite

 Kore Technologies

Kourier Integrator




 Loggly, Inc.


 Looker Data Sciences, Inc.


 Magnitude Software, Inc.

Magnitude ONE

 MapR Technologies, Inc.

MapR Converged Platform

 MariaDB Corp.

MariaDB Enterprise

 MarkLogic Corp.

MarkLogic Enterprise


McAfee Data Center Monitoring

 Melissa Data Corp.

Melissa Data Total Data Quality


 MemSQL, Inc.

MemSQL Database


Microsoft Azure

 MicroStrategy, Inc.


 MongoDB, Inc.


 Ntirety, a Division of HOSTING

Ntirety Remote DBA Services


Nuxeo Platform

 Objectivity, Inc.

Objectivity ThingSpan


 OpenText Corp.

OpenText Analytic Suite


Oracle Cloud




Adaptive Data Preparation


 Pepperdata, Inc.


 Percona, LLC

Percona Monitoring and Management

 PremiumSoft CyberTech Ltd.



 Progress Software Corp.

Hybrid Data Pipeline


 Protegrity USA, Inc.

Protegrity Data Security Platform

 PureStorage, Inc.


 The Pythian Group, Inc.

Big Data Services


 QlikTech International


 Qubole, Inc.

Qubole Data Service


 Quest Software, Inc.


 Rackspace, Inc.

Cloud Big Data Platform

Red Hat, Inc. 

Red Hat Virtualization

 RedPoint Global, Inc.

RedPoint Data Management for Hadoop

 Revelation Software



 Rocana, Inc.

Rocana Ops


 Rocket Software, Inc.

Rocket D3


 Ryft Systems, Inc.

Ryft ONE



 SAS Institute, Inc.



ScaleArc Database Load Balancing Software

 Search Technologies


 Sisense, Inc.


 SlamData, Inc.


 SnapLogic, Inc.

SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform

 Snowflake Computing, Inc.

Snowflake Elastic Data Warehouse

 Software AG

Software AG Apama Streaming Analytics 

 SolarWinds Worldwide, LLC

Database Performance Analyzer 


 Splice Machine, Inc.

Splice Machine

 Splunk, Inc.

Splunk Enterprise 

 SentryOne (formerly SQL Sentry)

SQL Sentry for SQL Server

 Symantec Corp.

Data Loss Prevention



 Tableau Software





Teradata Appliance for Hadoop

 Trillium Software, a Harte-Hanks Company

Trillum Data Quality

 VMware, Inc.

VMware vSphere

 VoltDB, Inc.



 Vormetric, Inc.

Vormetric Transparent Encryption

 WhereScape Software Ltd.

WhereScape RED