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The 10 Hottest Big Data Startups Of 2020 (So Far)

Businesses and organizations today are turning to next-generation database software and data management tools to help them manage the huge volumes of data they generate and collect. Here’s a look at 10 companies that offer ground-breaking big data software to help solution providers and their customers achieve those goals.

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Okera

Top Executive: Nick Halsey, CEO

Headquarters: San Francisco

Providing user access to increasingly large volumes of data—“democratizing access” is the buzz term—while enforcing data security and data governance policies is becoming a major challenge. Okera has developed a platform that IT managers use to automatically discover and tag sensitive data, develop and enforce data governance policies, and audit data security and governance operations.

In April Okera raised $15 million in Series B funding, bringing its total financing to $29.6 million, money the company is investing in expanding engineering, sales and marketing. The company also named Nick Halsey, previously president and CEO of ZoomData, as the company’s new CEO.

 
 
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