Posicionamiento Competitivo

maat is a 300-employee company that operates primarily in Europe and Latin America through a combination of direct and indirect channels. maat offers the "G" enterprise application server, a product based on grid computing and advanced, dynamically extensible, proprietary DBMS foundations. G is currently in version 3.0 and is sold through a traditional software license, plus a yearly maintenance subscription model.

Strengths

  • G is a very sophisticated and advanced platform providing a wealth of functionality (multimedia content management, data federation, application integration, adapters, natural language support, metadata management, rule management, orchestration and several others) on top of the core enterprise application server functionality. G also provides elastic scalability and shared-everything multitenancy support.
  • G has a significant installed base of approximately 500 customers, mostly midsize organizations, using the product to run a variety of custom and packaged applications in healthcare, local government, financial services and other industry sectors both in Europe and Latin America.
  • G is natively "cloud capable," and is available on top of Amazon Web Services EC2. maat is developing technology to support a go-to-market strategy aimed at providing various forms of "G as a service" in partnership with telecom operators and other service providers.

         

     

  • "Naturalized cloud citizens": Cloud-enabled application platforms (CEAP) built (or extended) to exhibit cloud computing characteristics (i.e., self-service, elastic and scalable, and virtualized and dynamic). CEAPs, which are middleware software products deployable onto a choice of infrastructure, including cloud HIaaS, are named here as "naturalized cloud citizens." The advantage of enabling a PaaS using an independent software product CEAP is deployment flexibility. The CEAP can be deployed on a public cloud, on a virtual private cloud, or on-premises to create a private PaaS. Having a common cloud platform internally and externally is a big win for enterprises with a hybrid cloud strategy. Vendors in this segment include GigaSpaces, WSO2, Tibco, maatG, WaveMaker, LongJump, Cordys Software, Magic Software, VMware, Caspio, and OrangeScape. "naturalized cloud citizens." The advantage of enabling a PaaS using an independent software product CEAP is deployment flexibility. The CEAP can be deployed on a public cloud, on a virtual private cloud, or on-premises to create a private PaaS. Having a common cloud platform internally and externally is a big win for enterprises with a hybrid cloud strategy. Vendors in this segment include GigaSpaces, WSO2, Tibco, maatG, WaveMaker, LongJump, Cordys Software, Magic Software, VMware, Caspio, and OrangeScape. 

  • Cloud-enabled application platforms (CEAP): CEAP is a middleware platform that has evolved to incorporate cloud characteristics, such as the ability to manage multi-tenanted, dynamic, and elastic resources; to provide per-tenant billing; and to meter. When this type of middleware is deployed onto public cloud infrastructure and the combination is packaged as one service offering, it qualifies as PaaS. 

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