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The Coolest Emerging Big Data Companies Of The 2019 Big Data 100

Part 5 of CRN's 2019 Big Data 100 looks at the emerging big data companies you need to know.

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Timescale 

Top Executive: CEO Ajay Kulkarni

Timescale develops the TimescaleDB, a time-series SQL database based on the PostgreSQL database, for processing time-series data.

In January the company, founded in 2015 and based in New York, released an enterprise edition of its software and announced that it had raised $15 million in Series A1 financing.

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Unravel Data 

Top Executive: CEO Kunal Agarwal

Unravel Data markets an application performance management platform designed for big data applications, simplifying the planning and management of business-critical data applications and maintaining their performance and reliability.

In January Unravel Data secured $15 million in Series B financing. The company was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, Calif.

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Waterline Data 

Top Executive: CEO Kailash Ambwani

Waterline provides an AI-driven enterprise data catalog system that data management professionals use to discover, inventory, govern and rationalize data in an organization's data lakes.

In February Waterline Data debuted the 5.0 edition of its software that leverages the company's newly patented "fingerprinting" and automated tagging technology, providing for faster and easier discovery of information amongst vast amounts of data.

The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Mountain View, Calif.

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Yellowbrick Data 

Top Executive: CEO Neil Carson

Yellowbrick Data has developed an all-flash, small-factor data warehouse appliance designed to compete with more complex, more expensive data warehouse systems. Yellowbrick is particularly targeting owners of aging Netezza data warehouse systems with a next-generation alternative.

The company, founded in 2014 and based in Palo Alto, Calif., emerged from stealth mode just last August and announced that it had received $44 million in Series A funding. In February Yellowbrick hired database luminary Brian Bulkowski as the company's chief technology officer.

 
 
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