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Bridging the Gaps in Edge Computing

Aside from the lure of the public clouds, which got bigger and stronger in 2020 amid the COVID-19 scourge, the world of data and analytics became a lot more distributed last year. While it seems clear that most AI models Read more…

Redis Nabs $110 Million in VC Funding as Deployments Grow

Following the latest Series G round of funding in the amount of $110 million, NoSQL database vendor Redis Labs is worth more than $2 billion, the company announced today. That additional venture funding will help the com Read more…

Meaningful Customer Experiences and Increased Revenue Start with Connected Data

“I’m frustrated because we have all this data, but can’t get meaningful insights with it.” Those were the words of a Fortune 100 CIO I recently talked with. The first commandment, and core mission, of every Read more…

MongoDB Embraces GraphQL with Document Database

If GraphQL is the data-access API of the future, then MongoDB wants to be a part of it. That much is evident from today’s announcement that the popular document-style NoSQL database is now serving queries formatted usi Read more…

The Polyglot Problem: Solving the Paradox of the ‘Right’ Database

Polyglot Persistence, first introduced in 2011, is now almost canon law in IT. So, what I have to say may come across as blasphemy. Most organizations today have adopted the concept of Polyglot Persistence -- deployin Read more…

Adaptability to Change Critical to Surviving Data Tsunami

As data continues to pile up, enterprises that maintain flexible approaches to managing and mining that data are the ones most likely to achieve competitive success, according to Gartner, which recently released its top Read more…

What’s Up with 2019? Big Data Predictions

As 2018 rolls to a close, it's time to turn our attention to 2019 and the possibility that it holds. What will happen next year is anybody's guess, which is half the fun in assembling (and hopefully reading) predictions Read more…

GraphIt Promises Big Speedup in Graph Processing

Developers writing graph applications that scale into the billions of vertices and trillions and edges are forced to make trade-offs that impact the performance of the application. But thanks to new graph language emergi Read more…

10 Key Big Data Trends That Drove 2017

2017 has come and (almost) gone. It was a memorable year, to be sure, with plenty of drama and unexpected happenings in terms of the technology, the players, and the application of big data and data science. As we gear u Read more…

Neo4j Reaches Out to Spark as Platform Ambitions Grow

Neo4j is using its GraphConnect New York conference to showcase two major announcements this week, including a new initiative to support the design and execution of graph queries in the Apache Spark environment and the c Read more…

Teradata Climbs Up the Stack with ‘Analytics Platform’ Strategy

Teradata is extending the types of data, algorithms, and frameworks it can store and run in its flagship MPP database as part of the new Teradata Analytics Platform unveiled at its annual user conference today. Shipping Read more…

Why Enterprise Knowledge Graphs Need Semantics

The Enterprise Knowledge Graph concept strikes at the core of what every data-driven organization is trying to do: translate data assets into a competitive advantage unique to those assets and the company itself. By e Read more…

Graphing Intent: Inside a Consumer Tracking Database

When the CTO for marketing analytics firm Qualia set out to build a new system consumer behavior tracking system, he knew the database selection would be critical. Little did he know that Qualia would end up pushing the Read more…

IBM Seeks to Simplify Graph with New Titan Service

IBM today took the wraps off a new cloud-based graph service based on open source Titan and Apache TinkerPop technologies. Called IBM Graph, the new service is suitable for production graph workloads of any size. But IBM Read more…

MongoDB Struts Its NoSQL Stuff in NYC

When you think about giants of the technology world, MongoDB may not come to mind. But judging by the big strides this up-and-coming NoSQL database vendor is making, and the aggressive roadmap it put forth today at the t Read more…

Elastic Gives Search Engine a Graph Option

Elastic today announced that it's added a graph query engine to Elasticsearch engine users now have the option of using their search indexes as the basis for conducting graph analyses. The new option will make it relativ Read more…

How Big Data Can Empower B2B Sales

As consumers, we've grown accustomed to having Big Data look over us. We're no longer surprised when Amazon recommends a perfect of headphones for a 14 year-old girl, or when Target reminds us it's time to buy laundry de Read more…

Apache Spark Surrounded By Cloud Data Services at IBM

IBM has made no secret about its admiration for Apache Spark, which it sees as the future for in-memory analytics. Today the IT giant unveiled a host of new cloud-based data services that bolsters its hosted Apache Spark Read more…

Basho Goes Vertical with Big Data Stack

Basho Technologies made a name for itself in the NoSQL database world by developing a scalable key-value store called Riak that's used by the likes of Time Warner, The Weather Company, and Comcast. Today the company disc Read more…

Basho to Bolster Riak with DB Plug-Ins

The simplicity and scalability of a key-value storage architecture has served Basho Technologies well so far. The company behind the open source Riak NoSQL database counts close to 200 customers, including blue chips lik Read more…

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