Entries Categorized as 'Magic Quadrant'
by Merv Adrian | February 23, 2014 | 5 Comments
In my post about the BYOH market last October, I noted that increasing numbers of existing players are connecting their offerings to Apache Hadoop, even as upstarts enter their markets with a singular focus. And last month, I pointed out that Nick Heudecker and I detected a surprising lack of concern about security in a recent […]
Category: Apache Big Data Cloudera Dataguise Gartner Hadoop IBM Magic Quadrant Oracle Security Tags: Apache, Axis Technology, big data, Cloudera, Compuware, Dataguise, Hadoop, IBM, Informatica, open source, Oracle, OSS, Security, Voltage
by Merv Adrian | February 10, 2013 | 15 Comments
“Hadoop people” and “RDBMS people” – including some DBAs who have contacted me recently – clearly have different ideas about what Data Integration is. And both may differ from what Ted Friedman (twitter: @ted_friedman) and I (@merv) were talking about in our Gartner research note Hadoop Is Not a Data Integration Solution, although I think […]
Category: Big Data data integration Hadoop Hortonworks Magic Quadrant Talend Uncategorized Tags: Apache, data integration, Hadoop, Hortonworks, Magic Quadrant