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2019 Datanami Readers’ and Editors’ Choice Awards

Datanami is pleased to announce the results of its fourth annual Readers’ and Editors’ Choice Awards, which recognizes the companies, products, and projects that have made a difference in the big data community this year. These awards, which are nominated and voted on by Datanami readers, give us insight into the state of the community.

We’d like to thank our dedicated readers for weighing in on their top picks for the best in big data. It’s been a privilege for us to present these awards, and we extend our congratulations to this year’s winners.


Best Big Data Product or Technology: Machine Learning

Readers’ Choice: Elastic

Editor’s Choice: SAS Visual Data Mining & Machine Learning

Best Big Data Product or Technology: Internet of Things

Readers’ Choice: SAS Analytics for IoT

Editor’s Choice:  The Striim Platform

Best Big Data Product or Technology: Big Data Security

Readers’ Choice: Cloudera Enterprise

Editor’s Choice: Elastic Stack

Best Big Data Product or Technology: Streaming Analytics

Readers’ Choice: Databricks

Editor’s Choice: Redis Streams

Best Big Data Product or Technology: Data Visualization

Readers’ Choice: Tableau

Editor’s Choice: Microsoft PowerBI

Best Big Data Product or Technology: Cloud Service Provider

Readers’ Choice: Amazon Web Services

Editor’s Choice: Microsoft Azure

Best Big Data Product or Technology: Data Management

Readers’ Choice: Talend Data Catalog

Editor’s Choice: WhereScape

Best Big Data Product or Technology: Operational Database

Readers’ Choice: MongoDB

Editor’s Choice: Oracle

Best Big Data Product or Technology: Data Science Platform

Readers’ Choice: Amazon Web Services

Editor’s Choice: Anaconda

Best Big Data Startup

Readers’ Choice: Okera

Editor’s Choice: Dremio

Top 5 Open Source Projects to Watch

Readers’ Choice: Apache SparkApache Hadoop | MongoDB | TensorFlow  | PyTorch

Editor’s Choice: Apache Arrow | Cassandra | ElasticSearch |  Presto | Redis

Top 5 Vendors to Watch

Readers’ Choice: Cloudera | IBM WatsonSnowflake | MongoDB | Databricks

Editor’s Choice: Alation | DataStax | Starburst | DDN | Hazelcast

Top Big Data Achievement

Readers’ Choice: The Map of Biodiversity Importance, which combines 2,600 detailed species habitat maps that have been collected over the past 50 years into a single, searchable database that can be used by scientists and conservationists alike

Editor’s Choice: Okera introduced the industry’s first fine-grained access control solution to support both structured and unstructured data from a single unified platform


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