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Data.world Aims to Rethink Data Catalogs

Sep 16, 2020 |

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 is a data catalog. Read more…

AWS Unveils Graph Database, Called Neptune

Nov 29, 2017 |

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, including relational databases, NoSQL databases, MPP databases, in-memory databases, key-value stores, search indices, and object stores. Read more…

This Data Lake Runs On Graph

Oct 10, 2017 |

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 that runs atop a graph database. Read more…

Medical Insight Set to Flow from Semantic Data Lakes

Aug 26, 2015 |

The potential for data analytics to disrupt healthcare delivery is large, and getting larger by the day. But in many cases, the need to hammer data into a structured format creates a barrier to productivity. Read more…

The Week in Research

Feb 23, 2013 |This week’s selection of research items of interest in the data-intensive computing ecosystem includes new ways of visualizing textual data, lifelong machine learning, an interesting approach to the creation of social graphs and a look at the future for RDF and SPARQL in big data environments. Read more…

The Week in Big Data Research

Nov 10, 2012 |Unlike last week, the news from the MapReduce and Hadoop side is slim. Instead, the most interesting items we were able to discover deal with approaches to meshing, integrating and drilling down through big data to achieve specific organizational, functional and visual goals to help make sense of it. Read more…

Do you like graphs? Your knowledge of SPARQL and RDF can win you $70,000

Jul 9, 2012 |This is your chance to be recognized for the best submission for an un-partitionable, Big Data graph problem. Enter the YarcData Graph Analytics Challenge which features a total of $100,000 in prizes for the top 6 finalists. Read more…
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