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The 2017 Big Data 100
Spending for big data and business analytics technology and services will surge from $130.1 billion in 2016 to $203 million in 2020, a compound annual growth rate of 11.7 percent, according to market researcher IDC.
That growth has spurred a vibrant big data technology industry with both established vendors and startups developing innovative technology to capture, integrate, manage and analyze the increasingly huge volumes of data businesses are wrestling to derive value from today.
The CRN editorial team has created the fifth annual Big Data 100 list, identifying vendors that have demonstrated an ability to innovate in bringing to market products and services that help business work with big data.
To help solution providers identify the right vendors to partner with to meet their customers' needs, the Big Data 100 is divided into four categories:
Companies offering everything from simple-to-use reporting and visualization tools to advanced analytics and data science platforms for tackling the most complex data analysis tasks.
Data Management Technologies
Companies offering everything from next-generation database software to advanced data integration and preparation tools.
Big Data Platforms
Companies with on-premise and cloud systems for building and operating big data systems, including data warehouses and data lakes.
Data Protection and Security Analytics
Data Protection and Security Analytics – Companies developing big data software that use analytics and other techniques to protect and secure data from misuse and attacks.
Coolest Emerging Big Data Vendors
The CRN Big Data 100 list includes emerging developers of big data technologies.