ArangoDB Named to Database Trends and Applications 2019 “DBTA 100”
Native Multi-Model Database Recognized as Top 100 Company in Data Management and Analysis
San Francisco and Cologne, Germany – June 21, 2019 – ArangoDB, the leading open source native multi-model database, today announced that it has been included in the Database Trends and Applications (DBTA) magazine’s “DBTA 100: The Companies That Matter Most in Data,” a special list that salutes today’s top companies in data management and analysis. The annual DBTA 100 highlights the most important companies in data that are addressing the evolving demands for hardware, software, and services that help companies unlock their data’s potential.
ArangoDB unites graph, document, and key/value data models, along with a full-text search engine, all integrated natively in a single C++ core and accessible with the same query language. As a native multi-model database, ArangoDB allows developers to utilize multiple data models without adding additional complexity when building their applications. More than 500 organizations worldwide, including Barclays, Cisco, NASA JPL, Siemens, and Thomson Reuters, leverage ArangoDB’s multi-model database as the backbone for their next generation of applications.
“Being recognized as a leader by DBTA and inclusion on this prestigious list validates that ArangoDB’s native multi-model database platform is enabling software vendors and enterprise developers to innovate as data sets become larger and more complex,” said Claudius Weinberger, Co-Founder and CEO of ArangoDB. “ArangoDB recognizes that it’s not about choosing the right database, it’s about choosing the right data model, which led us to find a way to combine three major NoSQL data models into one core and query language. Across a variety of use cases, ArangoDB is streamlining development as the database behind high-performance applications that scale horizontally with all three data models.”
This recognition serves as another milestone for ArangoDB in 2019, having secured its Series A financing, unveiling its managed service, ArangoDB ArangoGraph, in March, and delivering ArangoSearch, a full-text search engine natively integrated into ArangoDB, in December.
From long-standing industry veterans to new big data vendors disrupting the status quo, the DBTA 100 recognizes companies based on their presence, execution, vision, and innovation in delivering products and services to the marketplace. All 100 companies are highlighted in the June edition of Database Trends and Applications magazine and on www.dbta.com.
“We’re excited to announce our seventh annual list, as the industry continues to grow and evolve,” remarked Thomas Hogan, Group Publisher at Database Trends and Applications. “Today, more than ever, businesses are looking to increase their efficiency, agility and ability to innovate by managing and leveraging data in new and novel ways. This list seeks to highlight those companies that have been successful in establishing themselves as unique resources for data professionals and stakeholders.”
The “DBTA 100” is compiled annually by the editorial staff at Database Trends and Applications. This year’s selections can be viewed here, along with a “View from the Top” from Weinberger that explains more about ArangoDB.
One database, one query language, and three data models. With more than 7 million downloads and over 7,000 stargazers on GitHub, ArangoDB is the leading open source native multi-model database. It combines the power of graphs with JSON documents, a key-value store, and a full-text search engine, enabling developers to access and combine all of these data models with a single, elegant, declarative query language.
Simplifying complexity and increasing productivity is the mission of ArangoDB Inc., the company behind the project. Founded in 2014, ArangoDB Inc. is a privately-held company backed by Bow Capital and Target Partners. It is headquartered in San Francisco and Cologne with offices and employees around the world.
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