The Gartner Magic Quadrant is an annual report that evaluates the relative performance of different types of technology companies. The report is released every year in the second quarter, and it provides an overview of the relative performance of different types of technology companies.
The report is based on the opinions of industry analysts, and it evaluates companies based on their ability to execute and their completeness of vision. So, what’s new with the Gartner Magic Quadrant integration? Today, we’ll take a look at recent updates and changes so you can better utilize this industry report.
Gartner updates to include big data and data science providers
The Gartner Magic Quadrant for Advanced Analytics Platforms has been updated to reflect the inclusion of big data and data science providers. The Quadrant now includes providers who can offer an end-to-end big data and data science platform and those who can complement their big data and data science offerings with advanced analytics capabilities.
This update reflects the growing demand for big data and data science platforms, which are being used to power the development of next-generation applications and services.
Gartner changes its evaluation methodology
Gartner has announced changes to its evaluation methodology for the Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service. The changes are designed to provide a more accurate assessment of the market and the relative positions of vendors.
The new methodology includes a more rigorous assessment of vendors’ cloud IaaS offerings, their ability to execute, and their completeness of vision. According to Gartner, the new methodology will result in a more accurate portrayal of the market and help customers better understand the relative positions of vendors.
Gartner adds social media monitoring to its evaluation
The latest release of the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Social CRM sees the addition of social media monitoring as a key component of the evaluation. This reflects the growing importance of social media as a customer engagement channel and the need for organizations to be able to track and respond to comments and complaints made online.
The other key changes in this year’s edition include the addition of two new vendors (Salesforce and Sprinklr) and the inclusion of a new axis, which measures the completeness of the social CRM offering. This new axis considers the range of features offered by each vendor, from social media listening and engagement to analytics and workflow management.
Gartner adds public cloud IaaS providers
The Gartner Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) has been updated to include public cloud providers. This new report evaluates 13 providers of IaaS, including ten public cloud providers and three private cloud providers.
The public cloud providers evaluated in the report are Amazon Web Services (AWS), Azure, Google Cloud Platform, IBM Cloud, Alibaba, Rackspace, Oracle, Salesforce, Joyent, and Microsoft Azure Stack.
The report evaluates the providers on their ability to deliver a complete IaaS offering, including compute, storage, networking, and management services. Providers are also evaluated on their innovation, market reach, and customer experience.
The report also includes a market overview, highlighting the key trends in the IaaS market. The public cloud IaaS market is growing rapidly, with spending expected to reach $71.2 billion by 2021. The main drivers of this growth are the need for agility and flexibility, the shift to the cloud, and the growth of digital business.
Gartner Magic Quadrant for Integration Brokerages introduces new providers
This year, the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Integration Brokerages features several new providers, including TIBCO. These providers have been evaluated based on their ability to deliver integration services in the cloud, on-premises, or in a hybrid environment.
Check out the new Gartner updates
As you can see, there are many new changes and updates with the Magic Quadrant. So, check out these changes and use them to gain insight into your market’s direction, maturity, and participants.