The Cupertino startup helps companies figure out whether or not they are spending too much money on IT problems through gathering application information and performing data modeling.
The Palo Alto startup founded by a former big data specialist at Google and a senior engineer at Facebook uses SQL as the “lingua franca” to tie together disparate forms of data so it can be analyzed.
The data analytics company has a product to help users of VMware environments keep track of all their virtual infrastructure and discover performance issues.
The Seattle company is pushing what it calls a new category of wire data analytics that promises to give IT pros a faster and more complete picture of what’s going on in the guts of their networks.
The big data and analytics world is entering that consolidation phase right now. Buyers can’t eliminate risk, but they should watch market consolidation in order to mitigate it and formulate contingencies.
After almost three years of operating in stealth mode, Think Big Analytics is stepping out to consult with and educate more companies on big data analytics.
Swipely, a startup launched by former Tellme co-founder Angus Davis, has been through a couple of business models but it is now finding a sweet spot with its combination of card processing, data analytics and marketing and loyalty.
Imagine that from a first date, you could predict how frequently a new beau might call you or what the warning signs of waning interest might be. That doesn’t exist yet for courtship, but Custora is trying to do something like it for commerce.
Launched in November by former Squarespace CEO Dane Atkinson, data analytics startup SumAll gives small- to medium-sized online businesses a much-needed leg up in understanding the real-time metrics that are having the biggest impact on their bottom line.