Large-scale deployments of data that are to be used across both the enterprise and the Internet require effective information management to be successful. This is an area of business technology focus that has seen much turmoil over the last year, with good reason – the management of data, from both a storage and access perspective, has been a challenge for organizations and is an important resurgent trend in information technology. In this arena, the key players are well known: the big, long-established databases from IBM, Microsoft, Oracle and Teradata have year by year grown larger and more all-encompassing. But they also have become more cumbersome for many who are trying to address the specific needs of their organization. As the larger databases have become more rigid, a new market has emerged for specific databases that can handle large volumes of data for analytics and information retrieval.
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