Multi-cloud is when an organization uses more than one cloud computing and storage service from providers like AWS, Azure, and/or Google Cloud Platform in a single network architecture. Each of the platforms are unique in their architecture, as well as in the applications they provide and how they support them, resulting in a complex mesh of security, cost, and benefits.
Denodo, the leader in data virtualization, today announced that its impressive worldwide growth continued in 2019 as evidenced by a 50 percent increase in year-over-year revenue. New customer acquisition, aided by Amazon, Azure and Google Marketplaces, played a key role as subscription and expansion among existing global customers contributed to the 52 percent surge over the previous year.
Denodo, the data virtualisation provider, has experienced worldwide growth in 2019 thanks to strong year-end momentum and quality customer interactions.
According to a statement from the company, Denodo achieved a 50% increase year over year revenue in 2019 and revenue in the APAC region grew 275%, making up more than 10% of the company’s total revenue.
Machine learning, in which systems solve problems by recognizing patterns rather than by following specific sets of instructions, has recently been making headlines. Machine learning is supporting diverse domains such as business intelligence, earth science, and online personalization.
Analyst house Gartner, Inc. recently announced the winners of its new 2020 Peer Insights Voice of the Customer: Data Integration Tools. The report marks the latest addition to the researcher’s expansive list of buyer-centric resources, which already includes its popular Magic Quadrant and Critical Capabilities. Gartner Peer Insights provides first-hand reviews of software and services contributed by enterprise users. The new report is an extension of Gartner’s Customer Choice Awards released last year.
Solutions Review editors predict what will be included in the upcoming 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Integration Tools.
In this article, we discuss the advantages of data virtualization, use cases for implementing it, and tools available for teams to use.
As organizations wake up to the value of data-driven decisions, many are rethinking how they need to manage their data, says Angel Viña, the CEO and founder of Denodo, who notes that data management can benefit data science initiatives, too.
As enterprises move data and processing to the cloud or multiple clouds, they are looking for faster and reliable access to their data. Denodo has released data virtualization for Google Cloud Platform users to speed and simplify data-centric projects.
In Mind Your Business, Howie Lim speaks to Angel Viña, CEO & Founder of Denodo Technologies about data virtualization in the new decade.