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Why Young Developers Don’t Get Knowledge Graphs

Business is booming these days for graph databases--maybe it took COVID to show us how connected everything is--and that’s good news for Franz, which develops a semantic graph database called AllegroGraph. Just the sam Read more…

Cloud-Native Knowledge Graph Forges a Data Fabric

Knowledge graph databases continue to go cloud-native with the release of an enterprise version billed as a fabric connecting data on multiple clouds as well as on-premise data stores. The enterprise knowledge graph p Read more…

Data.world Aims to Rethink Data Catalogs

What is a data catalog? If you answered that it’s simply an index that tells you where to find data, then Brett Hurt would like a word with you. As the co-founder and CEO of data.world, Hurt is looking to redefine what Read more…

Graph Database ‘Shapes’ Data

A semantic graph database technology vendor is supporting a key specification designed to validate graph-based data against a set of conditions that specify the “shape” of data. The goal is a more agile way of analyz Read more…

AWS Unveils Graph Database, Called Neptune

Amazon Web Services today unveiled Neptune, a fully managed graph database service that will allow organizations to quickly identify connections hidden among billions of items. AWS offers an array of databases, includ Read more…

This Data Lake Runs On Graph

When some people hear the words "data lake," they assume that it must run on Apache Hadoop or maybe Amazon S3. But the folks at Cambridge Semantics are finding traction in certain industries with a data lake solution tha 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…

5 Factors Driving the Graph Database Explosion

There's no denying it: Graph databases are hot. According to DB-Engines.com, graph databases have outgrown every other type of database in popularity since 2013, and not by a small margin either. It's clear that develope Read more…

Seeing Graphs in Smart Data Lakes

Data lakes are synonymous with Hadoop to many people grappling with the promise and the peril of big data. That's not surprising, considering Hadoop's unparalleled capability to gobble up petabytes of messy data. But for Read more…

The Bright Future of Semantic Graphs and Big Connected Data

The big data revolution is generating a mess of unruly data that's difficult to parse and understand. This is to be expected--explosions don't generally occur in a nice, orderly fashion, after all. But if the folks at Cl Read more…

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