Eight Big-Name Options for Big Data - Slide 4

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Last year, HP acquired Big Data pure-play Vertica. It's not a Hadoop solution, but it is a Big Data column-oriented analytics database, used by the likes of Zynga and Groupon. It does offer a Hadoop connector. There's not a lot about it in the trade press, but it totals $84 million of HP's $550 million in Big Data revenue.

In this slideshow, Loraine Lawson is focusing on the big technology vendors who either are taking a unique approach or are using partnerships to break into the Big Data market. Her goal here isn't to cover every company, but rather to give you an idea of what the major enterprise companies (and a few other big tech names) are doing to address Big Data.

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