“The Big Data Landscape” -Forbes

This Big Data landscape article, written by David Feinleib of Forbes, is an excellent visual representation of some of the current and emerging Big Data companies.

The Big Data Landscape

With the recent IPO of Splunk (currently valued at just over $3 Billion), a lot of attention has turned to Big Data. Problem is, it’s tough to keep track of all the companies involved in the space.

To address that, I’ve created the Big Data Landscape to organize this rapidly growing technology sector. The ecosystem is constantly changing.

Companies, products, and technologies included in the Big Data Landscape:
– Splunk, Loggly, SumoLogic
– Predictive Policing, BloomReach
– Gnip, Datasift, Space Curve, Inrix
– Oracle Hyperion,  SAP BusinessObjects, Microsoft Business Intelligence, IBM Cognos, SAS, MicroStrategy, GoodData
–  Tableau Software, Palantir, MetaMarkets, Teradata Aster, Visual.ly, KarmaSphere, EMC Greenplum, Platfora, ClearStory
– HortonWorks, Cloudera, MapR, Vertica
– Couchbase, Teradata, 10gen, Hadapt
– Amazon Web Services Elastic MapReduce, Infochimps, Microsoft Windows Azure
– Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL, memsql
–  Hadoop, MapReduce, Hbase, Cassandra

David Feinleib is the author of Why Startups Fail: And How Yours Can Succeed

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