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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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AtScale 

Top Executive: CEO Chris Lynch

AtScale has developed a data warehouse virtualization platform that utilizes the company's Universal Semantic Layer technology to connect business analytics software to any number of on-premises and cloud data sources as though they were a single system.

In December AtScale secured $50 million in Series D financing, funding the company has applied to expanded product development and accelerated sales and marketing efforts.

In June of 2018 the company named former Vertica CEO Chris Lynch to be its new CEO. Co-founder Dave Mariani, who had been CEO, is now chief strategy officer, overseeing the company's development efforts.

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Cazena 

Top Executive: CEO Prat Moghe

Cazena offers its Data-as-a-Service platform as a way to simplify big data workloads in the cloud, including business intelligence, DevOps, machine learning, data engineering and cloud migrations.

In April Cazena was awarded a U.S. patent for "Intelligent Analytic Cloud Provisioning" technology used to iteratively provision cloud resources to achieve optimal cost performance for analytic workloads.

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Confluent 

Top Executive: CEO Jay Kreps

Confluent markets the Confluent Platform, based on the Apache Kafka technology for managing streaming, event-based data, along with additional products such as the KSQL streaming SQL engine that enables real-time data processing against Kafka.

Confluent was founded by the original developers of Kafka. In January the company raised $125 million in Series D funding.

In April the company struck a strategic partnership with Google Cloud to help customers move streaming data workloads to the Google Cloud Platform.

 
 
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