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7 Big Names in the Big Data World

7 Big Names in the Big Data World

The big data world is not only a territory accessible to big and well established database and data warehouse companies today. The pure-play big data startups too are emerging as innovative thinkers, creative and technically sound enough to create a buzz in the marketplace.

Anyhow, in this post, we’re going to talk about the big shots in the game.

Big Names in the Big Data Industry -2013

Here’s the list of 7 BIG Names in the Big Data World:

IBM

The biggest Big Data Vendor as per 2012 revenue figures, IBM raised about $1.3 billion from the Big Data related services and products, according to the reports submitted by Wikibon. The product range of IBM includes a warehouse that has its own unique built-in data mining and cubing capacity.  Also, its PureData systems include packaged analytic integration feature.

Best known products of IBM include DB2, its unique warehouse-InfoSphere and Informix database platforms, SPSS statistical software, designed to support real time predictive analysis and Cognos Business Intelligence application with its big data platform capabilities.

Oracle

Famous for its flagship database, Oracle is amongst the big players in the Big Data space. The total revenue generated by Oracle in 2012 was approximately $415 million, making it the fifth biggest Big Data vendor for the year. The Big Data Application of Oracle combines with Intel Server, Oracle’s NoSQL database and with Cloudera’s Hadoop distribution.

Oracle has a wide range of tools to compliment with its Big Data Platform known as Oracle Exadata. These tools include the Advanced Analytics via the R Programming language, along with the in-memory database option with Oracle’s Exalytics in memory machine and data warehouse of Oracle.

Splunk

Specializing in machine data analysis, Splunk had the biggest market share of all the Data vendors in 2012, with the total revenue of about $186 million, according to the Wikibon report.

Google

Google effortlessly made its place amongst the top 7 names included in the Big Data world. The Big Data offering of Google includes its BigQuery that is a cloud based Bid Data analytics platform. The Big Data related revenues generate by Google in 2012 were about $36 million, as per the Wikibon report.

10Gen

10Gen is best known for its leading NoSQL database, the open source MongoDB that is distinguished as the prime document oriented database. The MongoDB can handle semi structured information that is encoded in Java Script Object Notation (JSON), XML format. What makes it different is its ease of use, speed and its flexibility.

The list of 10Gen’s strategic investors includes Intel, In-Q-Tel and Red Hat. 10Gen was ranked third amongst the only Hadoop and NoSQL vendors last year. 10Gen generated about $36 million revenue in the year of 2012 according to the Wikibon report.

Hortonworks

Another big name in the Bid Data World is Hortonworks. A Hadoop vendor, Hortonworks received over $70 million venture capital investment after spinning off form yahoo in 2011. Hortonworks has its own certification courses with a legion of developers within its virtual box.

Hortonworks is going up exponentially against Cloudera and is known for its partnerships with Rackspace, Microsoft, Red Hat and other companies.

MapR

Best known for its NoSQL database M7, MapR works with Google Compute Engine and Amazon’s Cloud Platform. MapR was ranked fourth by the Wikibon report, amongst the Hadoop and NoSQL only vendors list last year. According to Wikibon, the total revenue generated by MapR in the year 2012 was about $23 million.