The ESG Delta-V Awards: Big Data Platforms

January 25, 2016 Kelly Hopkins Schupp

The Enterprise Strategy Group’s (ESG) Delta-V award recognizes the top 20 companies that made an impact in big data and analytics in 2015.  Zaloni was recognized in the specific category of Big Data Platforms. This covers the software systems that seek to organize big data into something much more usable in the real world. This post provides more details on the category and the winners. 

From Nik Rouda, senior analyst covering Big Data: When I took this job, I wanted to focus on the excitement of "big data", not the boredom of "data management." Zaloni shows how you can combine the benefits of both, and in fact can't separate the two and still expect to be successful. Bedrock sets up your data pipeline to deliver a well-managed, fully operational data lake. It also works natively with all branches of the Hadoop ecosystem, and given that many organizations are not standardizing on one distribution, this is pretty dang important.  

Zaloni is proud to have been recognized in the Big Data Platforms category. 

 

Learn more about Zaloni's Bedrock Platform: http://www.zaloni.com/product/bedrock

Learn more about Zaloni's Mica Platform: http://www.zaloni.com/product/mica

Learn more about the Delta-V Awards: http://blog.esg-global.com/the-delta-v-awards

About the Author

Kelly  Hopkins Schupp

Kelly Schupp is Vice President of Marketing for Zaloni. Kelly has 20 years of experience in the enterprise software and technology industry. She has held a variety of global marketing leadership roles, and previously worked at IBM, Micromuse and Porter Novelli. Kelly serves as Zaloni’s brand steward and is deeply passionate about the impact of data-driven marketing.

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