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Here's Who Made Gartner's 2019 Magic Quadrant For Data Management Solutions For Analytics

These 19 developers of data management solutions for business analysis tasks include established software developers, upstarts and cloud service providers. Here's a look at how they are positioned in the fast-moving big data management industry.

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Leader: Oracle

Oracle is one of eight vendors in the Leaders quadrant, by far the highest along the "Ability to Execute" axis of any vendor and just ahead of Teradata and Microsoft on the "Completeness of Vision" axis. The company develops a range of data management products including its flagship Oracle Database 18c and the Oracle Big Data Management System, as well as cloud offerings like the Oracle Database Cloud Service and Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud.

Strengths: Oracle received the highest score for product capabilities from reference customers – no surprise given that the Oracle database has long been one of the industry's leading database products. Oracle's Autonomous Data Warehouse also received high marks and the company scored well for availability of third-party resources and ease of deployment and integration.

Cautions: Oracle's pricing and licensing practices "continue to be poorly thought of" by customers, according to Gartner, although customer reference scores in pricing and licensing did improve over the prior year. The company has a "historical lack of small enterprise and developer outreach" and was relatively late to the cloud compared to competitors like AWS, Google and Microsoft.

 
 
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