Global Big Data Industry

  • July 2012
  • -
  • Global Industry Analysts
  • -
  • 785 pages

This report analyzes the Global market for Big Data in US$ Billion. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2009 through 2018. The report profiles 87 companies including many key and niche players such as International Business Machines, Intel Corporation, Hewlett Packard, Vertica, Oracle Corporation, Teradata Corporation, Teradata Aster, Fujitsu, EMC Corporation, Greenplum, Splunk Inc., 1010data, Inc., Cloudera Inc., Think Big Analytics, MapR Technologies Inc., ParAccel Inc., and Hortonworks Inc. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based upon search engine sources in the public domain.

Table Of Contents





I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY and PRODUCT DEFINITIONS
Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1
Disclaimers I-2
Data Interpretation and Reporting Level I-2
Quantitative Techniques and Analytics I-3
Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3


II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1
1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
A Peek Into Major Sources of Big Data II-2
Table 1: Big Data Generation in an Enterprise (2011):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Data Volume by Source
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-2

Table 2: Type of Big Data Collected in an Enterprise (2011):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Respondent Responses for Each
Data Category Type (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-3

Table 3: Percentage Share Breakdown of Volume of Data Stored
in Major Industries in the United States: Year 2011
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-3

Table 4: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for
Big Data Market - Analyzed with Storage Capacity (in
Exabytes) for Years 2009 through 2018 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-4
How Can Big Data Create Value? II-4
Table 5: Changing Enterprise Perception of Big Data (2011):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Number of Respondents
Considering Big Data as an Opportunity Vs a Challenge
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-5

Table 6: Big Data Benefits: Percentage Breakdown of
Respondents Reporting Positive Outcomes by Key Benefit Areas:
Year 2011 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-5
Turning ‘Big Data’ Into Big Advantage: The Need of the Hour II-6
Big Data a Reservoir of Business Intelligence II-6
Importance of Information for Businesses II-6
The Potential of Big Data in Meeting Information Needs II-6
Cloud: An Emerging Platform for Delivery of Big Data
Technology Solutions II-7
Cloud: Optimally Positioned to Provide Analytics on Fast
Moving Data II-7
Hadoop Development to Grow Stronger II-8
Big Data Storage Moves to the “Shared Nothing” Environment II-8
Limitations of Traditional Data Management Tools: A Business
Case for Big Data Analytics II-9
Promise of Real-Time Business Advantages Drive Demand for Big
Data Analytics II-10
Value of Big Data in the Retail Industry: A Case Study II-11
Transforming Window Shoppers into Customers II-11
Ensuring Timely Deliveries II-12
Using Social Networks to Advantage II-12
Big Data Poised to Snowball in Developing Markets II-12
A Straight Talk about the Current State of Big Data
Technology Adoption II-12
Table 7: Potential Barriers to Implementation of Big Data
Analytics (2011): Percentage Breakdown of Number of
Respondent Responses to Often Encountered Barriers (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-14
Impact of the 2007-2009 Recession in Retrospect II-15
Impact of the European Debt Crisis: A Review II-15
Competition II-16
Pure Play Vendors Drive Innovation in the Marketplace II-16
Table 8: World Market for Big Data Technology and Services
(2011): Percentage Market Share Breakdown of Revenue by
Leading Players (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-17

2. CONCEPTUAL OVERVIEW II-18
Big Data: A Definition II-18
A Peek into the Prevalence of Big Data across Industries II-18
Big Data Technology and Services: A Definition II-19
Big Data Analytics: The Core of Big Data Technology II-19
Key Benefits of Big Data Analytics II-20
Process Efficiency Improvements and Personnel Empowerment II-20
Cross-Department Information Analysis II-20
Helps Identification of Target Groups II-20
Aids in Smarter Decision Making II-21
Enables Innovation II-21
Key Industries Leveraging the Potential of Big Data Analytics II-21
Healthcare II-21
Governance II-22
Financial Services II-22
Retail Sector II-22
Manufacturing II-22

3. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-23
IBM to Take Over Vivisimo II-23
BoundaryTM Merges with Opscode II-23
International Business Machines to Take Over Tealeaf Technology II-23
Teradata Takes Over eCircle II-24
Equinix to Take over Assets from Asia Tone II-24
EMC Takes Over Pivotal Labs II-24
Verizon Collaborates with NantWorks for Cancer Knowledge
Action Network II-25
Actian Partners with Lenovo for Vectorwise Data Mart Appliance II-25
FlyingBinary Enters into Strategic Partnership with Tableau
and Actian II-25
Jaspersoft Collaborates with Talend for Jaspersoft ETL,
Powered by Talend II-26
Pentaho Partners with MapR Technologies for Integrated Data
Distribution for Apache Hadoop II-27
CIGNEX Datamatics Partners with 10gen for MongoDB Big Data
Analysis II-27
MarkLogic Collaborates with Hortonworks to Support Big Data
Applications for Apache Hadoop II-28
Attunity Collaborates with Hortonworks for Big Data Movement
through Apache Hadoop II-28
MapR Technologies Partners with Informatica to Provide
Distribution for Apache II-29
Anritsu Enters into Partnership with RainStor II-29
Nextgen Distribution Inks Agreement with Objectivity II-30
EMC to Establish Big Data and Cloud RandD Center (Russia) II-30
Cray Establishes YarcData II-30
Battery Ventures Invests in Continuuity II-30
Connotate Enters into Partnership with Information Evolution II-31
Birst Enters into Partnership with ParAccel II-31
Teradata Enters into Partnership with Hortonworks II-31
Open Data Center Alliance Forms Data Services Workgroup for
Big Data Management Solutions II-31
Opera Solutions Chooses OpenViz Software of Advanced Visual
Systems II-32
KarmasphereTM Joins Forces with HortonWorks and Microsoft for
Big Data Analytics II-32
Pentaho Open Sources Pentaho Kettle 4.3 Big Data Analytics Tools II-33
Enkata Introduces Big Data Technology to Support Data
Analyses Solutions II-33
Oracle Takes Over Endeca Technologies II-34
Sheetz Chooses Vectorwise Data Analytics Engine of Actian (US) II-34
IBM Takes Over Netezza II-34

4. PRODUCT/TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS/ INTRODUCTIONS II-36
Teradata Offers Teradata 700 Appliance for SAS High-
Performance Analytics II-36
Q-Sensei Launches Q-Sensei Enterprise v2.0 II-36
cVidya Networks Introduces New Capabilities for cVidyaCloud
and IRIS Suites II-36
Fujitsu to Unveil Software Suite Tool Set II-37
IBM Unveils DB2 10 and InfoSphere Warehouse 10 Software II-37
Syncapse Unveils SocialSYNCTM II-38
DataDirect Networks Unveils SFA10K-ME and SFA10K-M II-38
IceWEB Launches Unified Data Storage Appliances II-39
Medio Systems Unveils Medio inGenius Suite II-39
Mattersight Unveils Big Data Solution II-40
Gazzang Rolls Out The Gazzang Encryption Platform for Big Data II-40
Bivio Networks Launches Bivio NetFalcon II-40
Cray Unveils YarcData uRiKA Graph Appliance II-41
Protegrity Launches Protegrity Big Data Protector II-42
Oracle Introduces Oracle Big Data Appliance II-42
GridGain Systems Rolls Out Latest Version of Big Data
Processing Software Platform (US) II-42
HCG Software Introduces Advanced HCG Prevision Version 7.0 II-43
Jaspersoft and Talend Sign Upgraded OEM Agreement II-43
Medio Systems Unveils Advanced Medio inGenius Suite Big Data
Analytics Solution II-44
Claritics Unveils Claritics 2.0 Version for Social and Mobile
Application Developers II-44
Sumo Logic Introduces Advanced Cloud-Based Analytics and Log
Management Service II-45
GE Intelligent Platforms Introduces Proficy® Historian 4.5 II-46
Informatica to Launch Version 9.1 for Big Data II-46

5. FOCUS ON SELECT GLOBAL PLAYERS II-48
International Business Machines (IBM) (US) II-48
Intel Corporation (US) II-48
Hewlett Packard (US) II-48
Vertica (US) II-49
Oracle Corporation (US) II-49
Teradata Corporation (US) II-50
Teradata Aster (US) II-50
Fujitsu (Japan) II-50
EMC Corporation II-51
Greenplum (US) II-51
Splunk Inc. (US) II-51
1010data, Inc. (US) II-52
Cloudera Inc. (US) II-52
Think Big Analytics (US) II-52
MapR Technologies Inc. (US) II-53
ParAccel Inc (US) II-53
Hortonworks Inc (US) II-53

6. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-54
Table 9: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for
Big Data Technology and Services by Segment - Software,
Hardware and Services Markets - Independently Analyzed with
Annual Revenue (in US$ Billion) for Years 2009 through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-54

Table 10: World 10-Year Perspective for Big Data Technology
and Services Market - Percentage Breakdown of Annual Revenue
for Software, Hardware and Services Markets for Years 2009,
2012 and 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-55


III. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Total Companies Profiled: 87 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 90)

The United States (81)
Canada (2)
Japan (2)
Europe (4)
- Germany (1)
- The United Kingdom (3)
Middle East (1)

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