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Graph Database (2020)
Published: 11th September 2020 | By: and
This is Bloor's fourth Market Update in this space, which discusses the state of the graph database market as of early 2020.

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Data Governance (July 2020)
Published: 14th July 2020 | By:
Data governance, as a space, has matured significantly over the past few years. This Market Update examines and competitively evaluates the vendors therein.

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Options for analytic databases and warehouses
Published: 1st July 2020 | By:
This is a comparative analysis of products/vendors within the data warehouse and analytics platform space.

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Discovering Sensitive Data
Published: 21st May 2020 | By: and
This Market Update discusses, reviews and compares products specialising in the discovery of sensitive data.

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Time-Series and Temporal databases and analytics
Published: 28th February 2020 | By:
Time-series databases represent the fastest growing database sector over the last two years.

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Test Design Automation
Published: 6th February 2020 | By:
This paper describes the test design automation space and evaluates the products therein.

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Published: 17th January 2020 | By: and
AnalyticOps is about the reduction of friction around the delivery, operationalisation and ongoing monitoring and (change) management of analytic models.

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GDPR Compliance
Published: 18th September 2019 | By:
GDPR is now a reality and sanctions are starting to bite. What should organisations be doing?

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Data Quality
Published: 13th August 2019 | By: and
This document provides a snapshot of the current state of the Data Quality market.

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Hybrid real-time data processing
Published: 24th June 2019 | By:
There are multiple ways in which databases that support real-time operational/transactional and analytic processing may be implemented. This report compares representative samples of each.

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