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IBM has the widest and deepest Big Data product portfolio on the market, but often leads engagements with its services arm. In 2012, the company began packaging these products better. BigInsights is the company's version of Hadoop, which is Apache based but includes visualization and analytic capabilities integrated from throughout the IBM portfolio - some legacy and some homegrown for Hadoop, such as BigSQL and BigSheets. BLU brings in-memory capabilities to DB2 for real-time interactive analytics. IBM also has a solid data integration and data governance portfolio. http://www.crunchbase.com/company/ibm
2012 Big Dat Revenue: $1.3b ($103b total revenue) CEO: Virginia Rometty
Big Data Products and Services: InfoSphere BigInsights InfoSphere Streams InfoSphere Data Explorer PureData System for Hadoop PureData System for Analytics (Netezza) PureData System for Operational Analytics BLU for DB2
IBM's Smarter Planet initiative is its high-level Big Data marketing campaign. The company is in position to battle GE for the Industrial Internet market.
IBM BigInsights Enterprise Edition is priced by terabytes managed.
IBM has 1550 Big Data clients as of end of 2012.
IBM and Pivotal partner to support Cloud Foundry in July 2013. http://www.zdnet.com/ibm-pivotal-team-up-on-open-governance-model-for-cloud-foundry-7000018449/
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