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The Coolest Big Data Management And Integration Software Of The 2019 Big Data 100

Part 3 of CRN's 2019 Big Data 100 looks at the companies you need to know that provide software and tools for big data management and integration.

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Top Executive: President and CEO Rohit De Souza

Actian provides a number of data management, integration and analytic database products, including the legacy Ingres database and the new Actian Vector high-performance columnar analytic database and the Actian Avalanche cloud data warehouse, which just debuted in March.

Actian was acquired by HCL Technologies and Sumeru Equity Partners in July 2018 for $330 million.



Top Executive: CEO Ash Ashutosh

Actifio develops copy data virtualization technology that's used for a range of data-as-a-service, hybrid and multi-cloud data management, data migration, compliance, application development, and backup and recovery tasks.

In February Actifio inked an OEM partnership with IBM under which IBM will use Actifio's patented Virtual Data Pipeline technology as the foundation for its IBM InfoSphere Virtual Data Pipeline product. 



Top Executive: CEO Satyen Sangani

The Alation Data Catalog software finds and indexes all of an organization's data, even across disparate systems, to improve the effectiveness of business analysis tasks.

In January Alation raised $50 million in Series C funding, money the company will use to accelerate development of the Alation Data Catalog. The company reported that revenue in 2018 grew at a triple-digit rate.

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