Oracle has been named as a leader in market research firm Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for companies that support data warehouses and database management systems.
The magic quadrant reports place vendors in a particular quadrant based on a company’s ability to execute and complete its vision, Oracle said Monday.
Vendors who are named in the leaders quadrant help manage data warehouses of all sizes with large numbers of concurrent users and management of mixed data warehousing workloads, Gartner says.
Cetin Ozbutin, Ooracle vice president for data warehousing and big data technologies at Oracle, said Gartner evaluated the performance of Oracle’s Exadata database machine and the company’s delivery of big data services with its Big Data Appliance and Big Data Connectors.
Gartner says that vendors in quadrants demonstrated customer satisfaction, support and longevity in the data warehouse market.
Quadrant leaders also align their messaging, product placement and pricing models for both traditional data warehousing practices and emerging practices for distributed processing, data virtualization, metadata management and dynamic optimization, Gartner says.