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Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Cloud Database Management Systems

From AWS, Google and Oracle to Databricks, IBM and Snowflake, here are the top 16 vendors leading the cloud database management systems market, according to Gartner’s new Magic Quadrant.

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Visionary: InterSystems

InterSystems ranks among the middle of the pack for both vision and execution on Gartner’s Magic Quadrant. The $727 million Cambridge, Mass.-based company’s IRIS offering is a multimodel, hybrid DBMS supporting both relational and nonrelational data models based on InterSystems Caché. Customers are primarily from the healthcare sector, but InterSystems has recently increased its presence in other industries such as manufacturing and financial services. IRIS is currently available as a private, fully managed database platform as-a-service (dbPaaS) on AWS and Microsoft Azure. A fully managed public version is expected in the near future.

Strength: IRIS has a long history in healthcare which needs reliability, scalability and interoperability with Interystem demonstrating these capabilities in both a stand-alone product and as a platform from independent software vendors. Gartner said this bodes well as InterSystem broadens its reach into new industries.

Weakness: InterSystems was late to offer a managed cloud dbPaaS. Although IRIS is available as a private fully managed platform, InterSystems has yet to deliver a serverless and elastic dbPaaS.

 
 
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