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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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Informatica 

Top Executive: CEO Anil Chakravarthy

A pioneer in developing data ETL (extract, transform and load) software, Informatica today has a broad portfolio of software that covers integrated Platform as a Service (iPaaS), data integration, data quality and governance, master data management, data security and big data management.

In February Informatica acquired AllSight, a developer of AI-enabled customer data analysis software, providing the vendor with its new Informatica Customer 360 Insights product.

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Infoworks 

Top Executive: CEO Buno Pati

Infoworks markets a software platform for the creation and ongoing management of big data workflows from source to consumption, simplifying data engineering and DataOps tasks. The system automates data ingestion, transformation and preparation for business analytics, automated data modeling and OLAP cube generation, and manages DataOps and data governance processes.

Buno Pati, who had been the company's chairman, became CEO in February while CEO and co-founder Amar Arsikere became CTO and chief product officer.

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Magnitude Software 

Top Executive: CEO Chris Ney

Magnitude's software provides unified application data management capabilities, pulling data from operational applications for analysis and providing businesses with insights into their operations.

In September the company unveiled the Magnitude Gateway, a universal data connectivity platform with access to data from more than 100 sources. In December the company deepened its presence in the SAP ecosystem by acquiring Z Option, a developer of tools used to reduce the cost of implementing and using SAP applications.

 
 
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