GigaOm Research Bulletin #001 News-thread

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Hello!

To begin, let us express our appreciation for the participation of providers in our research last year. We are now researching 1,700 vendors in 120 solution categories. Last year we received information from a total of 836 providers, which is staggering. Whether it’s responding to requests for questionnaires or fact checks, or simply including ourselves in general information programs, we couldn’t do our job without the input and support of relationships with analysts, product leaders and others. Thanks for that!

Where to meet GigaOm analysts

The events calendar is just starting to fill up, but you can expect to see our analysts at MWC Barcelona, ‚Äč‚ÄčKubecon in Amsterdam, RSA in San Francisco, and Tech Show London. Let us know if you would like to arrange a meeting.

recent reports

We have published the following reports in the last month or so:

In analytics and AI, we have radar reports for machine learning operations (MLOps), data catalogs and data warehouses, and cloud/operational databases depending on whether they are relational or NoSQL-based.

In storage, we’ve covered scale-out file systems for high-performance and enterprise environments, plus primary storage for large, medium, and small businesses, along with disaster recovery and business continuity as a service.

In Cloud Infrastructure and Networking, we have separate radars for hyperconverged infrastructure in enterprise and edge deployments, and a research report on software-defined wide-area networks (SD-WANs).

In the security domain, we have reports on User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA), Managed Detection and Response (MDR), Unified Endpoint Management, Development Security and Governance, Risk and Compliance.

And in Software & Applications, we’ve published reports on Regulated Software Lifecycle Management and API Functional Automated Testing, as well as HR Information Systems for Small and Medium Businesses.

blogs and articles

will.i.am: people with ideas drive technological innovation. Jon here: I was particularly captivated by will.i.am’s passion and indeed his technical skills. Here he talks about hiring and managing the right people.

What do GigaOm analysts see as the big trends in 2023? We cover cloud cost management, security convergence, maturing data architectures, and artificial intelligence as a business enabler.

A three-point plan for mid-market technology cost savings. Our CTO and Principal Analyst Howard Holton details how midsize organizations can get a better bang for their buck.

How APM, observability and AIOps drive operational awareness. Ron Williams, our Principal Analyst for IT Operations, presents the big picture as well as multiple categories of operations technology.

CXO Insight: cost optimization in the cloud. Enrico Signoretti, Practice Leader for Cloud and Storage Infrastructure shares post-AWS Re:Invent findings.

Let’s do away with email! Cybersecurity as a driver of a better communication strategy. Ben Stanford, Applications and Infrastructure practice leader, offers sage advice on how to put security first to deal with collaboration issues.

Connection with the analyst team

We’d like to make sure you’re connected with analysts who cover your areas of interest, while keeping things efficient. For news and updates, please add analystconnect@News-thread.com to your lists; Claire (below) manages it, and organizes a weekly internal email for GigaOm analysts. Feel free to contact the analysts directly, but maybe copy us so nothing gets lost.

Please let us know if you have any questions or comments, would like to review our investigation schedule, or simply better understand our modus operandi. Please forward this to anyone you think might find it useful and watch this space!

Jon Collins, Vice President of Research
Claire Hale, Engagement Manager

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