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Haystax and Franz Inc. Partner to Deliver Insider Threat Detection Solutions


by Angela Guess A recent article out of the company reports, “Haystax Technology, Inc., and Franz Inc., announced a technology partnership that will enable Haystax to leverage Franz’s AllegroGraph technology for patented algorithms and sophisticated behavior models used in Haystax’s insider threat detection solutions. Haystax’s solutions, which are being rapidly adopted by the U.S. government and…

Machine Learning Startup GraphLab Brings in $18.5M, Takes New Name


by Angela Guess Toby Wolpe of ZDnet reports, “As well as announcing a change of company name to Dato, machine-learning firm GraphLab says a new $18.5m funding injection will help finance expanded engineering, business-development and customer-support teams. The $18.5m series B funding round announced today, led by Vulcan Capital with Opus Capital Ventures and previous…

Big Data’s Big Developments to Come

Medical Drugs for Pharmacy Health Shop of Medicine

by Angela Guess Rutrell Yasin of GCN.com recently wrote, “A picture is worth a thousand words, but when it comes to data analytics, basic graphics or charts are not enough. Instead, users need the data to answer more complex questions and solve problems. The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice is using a tool called Tableau to…

Neo Technology and O’Reilly Media Launch ‘Graph Databases’ Book


by Angela Guess A recent article out of the company reports, “Neo Technology, creators of Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database, will launch ‘Graph Databases,’ the authoritative book on graph databases, next week at GraphConnect Boston and GraphConnect Chicago. Published by O’Reilly Media, the book gives unprecedented access to the power and flexibility of the graph and provides best practices…

GraphLab Raises $6.75M to Build 'Hadoop for Graphs'

Robin Wauters of The Next Web reports, “Seattle startup GraphLab claims it is building the ‘fastest machine-learning analytics engine for graph datasets’, based on the popular open-source distributed graph computation framework with the same name, and it has just raised capital to come through on its promise.”