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Gartner Names Unravel Data “Cool Vendor” in Performance Analysis; Analytics and Containers

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By: Kunal Agarwal


Since 2004, Gartner has been identifying unique, small technology vendors that are innovative, impactful and intriguing as Cool Vendors. More than 3,700 Cool Vendors have been named—companies that have had a significant impact by solving difficult problems for business innovation through technology. The 2018 class of Cool Vendors are no different from their disruptive predecessors—and Unravel Data is thrilled to be named a Cool Vendor in Performance Analysis; Analytics and Containers.

For this report, Gartner identified Unravel and four other companies that are leading the market with innovative approaches that I&O leaders can use to address challenges presented by containerization, cloud and microservices.

Unravel was founded by the team’s first-hand experience with the frustration of manually troubleshooting performance problems in big data stacks. We channeled that frustration into a solution that today, alleviates the same headaches at Fortune 100 companies. So far in 2018 alone Unravel has supported more than 10,000 big data nodes and more than 50 million big data applications. Unravel is the industry’s only APM platform designed for big data, and we’re extremely proud of our inclusion in the report.

We’re pleased to make the full report available to our Unravel Data community. A complimentary copy of the “Cool Vendors in Performance Analysis; Analytics and Containers” (Padraig Byrne, Vivek Bhalla, et al., 12 September 2018) report can be downloaded here.

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