At Datometry, we have developed the world’s first database virtualization platform that lets existing applications, written for an on-premises database, run natively and instantly on a variety of cloud-native databases.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 06, 2017
Datometry, a pioneer in database virtualization technology, today announced that CIO Review has named the company in its 20 Most Promising Data Integration Solution Providers for 2017.
Winners were shortlisted by a distinguished panel which included CEOs, CIOs, VCs, analysts, and the CIO Review editorial board and were judged on products, key differentiation from competitors, market pain points addressed, strategy, and customers among other distinguishing criteria. The publication receives 250-300 submissions for a given industry vertical each year.
“We are excited and humbled to be counted among the industry’s up and coming companies in the data integration technology space,” said Mike Waas, CEO and founder of Datometry. He added, “For enterprises, adopting cloud-native databases promises to be the most significant investment in the coming decade yet it is also the hardest technical challenge on their journey to the cloud.”
“At Datometry, we have developed the world’s first database virtualization platform that lets existing applications, written for an on-premises database, run natively and instantly on a variety of cloud-native databases—no rewriting, no compiling, no reconfiguration. With Datometry, enterprises eliminate the need for time-consuming, costly, and risk-laden application migrations that so frequently mire re-platforming initiatives."
“The response and uptake from Fortune 100 companies across all verticals has been nothing short of amazing, speaking to the enormous need and timeliness of our solution.”
Datometry (http://www.datometry.com) is revolutionizing how global enterprises can gain competitive advantage by up-leveling their data management to become cloud-native quickly and effectively. Datometry Hyper-Q is a category-defining solution that accelerates the digital transformation of enterprise IT by eliminating the costs and risks of adopting new data management technologies and lets the enterprise realize significant savings, innovate faster, and increase the speed of business. Hyper-Q is powered by Datometry’s proprietary technology developed by an expert team of database researchers and engineers. Datometry is headquartered in San Francisco, California and Datometry partners with leading cloud service providers and database vendors including Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft, Pivotal, and Snowflake.
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