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Updated Data Platforms Map – January 2016

The January 2016 edition of the 451 Research Data Platforms Map is now available for download.

Initially designed to illustrate the complexity of the data platforms market, the latest version includes an updated index to help you navigate the complex array of current data platform providers.

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There are numerous additions compared to the previous map, especially in the area of event/stream processing while we have also reconsidered our approach to Hadoop-as-a-service, narrowing it down to distinct Hadoop offerings rather than hosted Hadoop distributions.

We have also tried to clean up or approach to the convergence of Hadoop and search, although that remains a bit of a work in progress, to be honest. There’s also something in there for eagle-eyed Silicon Valley fans.

You can use this map to:

  • compare capabilities, offerings, and functionality.
  • understand where providers intersect and diverge.
  • identify shortlists of choices to suit enterprise needs.

The latest version of the map can be downloaded here.

Updated Data Platforms Landscape Map – October 2014

It has been some time since we updated our Data Platforms Landscape Map, and the map has been through something of an overhaul. It may not be obvious at first glance but we have completely reviewed all areas of the map, leading to some positional changes to better reflect the current state of the market.

The images below do not do the map justice of course. The full version of the October 2014 Data Platforms Landscape Map is freely available to download from the 451 Research site.

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In particular we have added a grid to the map itself, as well as an associated index, making it considerably easier to identify specific data platforms.

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The October 2014 Data Platforms Landscape Map is designed to help you navigate the complex array of current data platform providers.

You can use it to…

  • compare capabilities, offerings, and functionality.
  • understand where providers intersect and diverge.
  • identify shortlists of choices to suit enterprise needs.

The images above do not do the map justice of course. The full version of the October 2014 Data Platforms Landscape Map is freely available to download from the 451 Research site.

Updated Data Platforms Landscape Map – February 2014

A slightly new name and a major update for our Data Platforms Landscape Map, now including log management, stream processing and in-memory.

Note: the latest update to the map is available here.

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451 Research Data Platforms Market Map 2018. And more.

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The Data Day: December 1, 2017

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The Data Day: October 27, 2017

MAKE DATA AND ANALYTICS GREAT AGAIN!

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