Tag Archive for graph database

MarkLogic, RDF, and the Triple Store

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by Angela Guess Writing for Datanami, Alex Woodie recently noted, “There’s a lot of ways companies are trying to store and analyze data today, but one of the most compelling involves graph analytics. MarkLogic, which supports a variant of the graph database known as a semantic triple store, hopes that a recent update puts this…

Neo4j Powers Businesses Worldwide With Graph-Based Search

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by Angela Guess According to a new article out of the company, “Facebook’s database of people and Google’s database of information have one crucial thing in common: they were both built using graph technology. Their use of graphs is a powerful representation of how the technology handles huge volumes of content and makes data available…

Going Visual with Graph Databases and Data Visualization

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by Jennifer Zaino Are you able to get a really good look at what the data in your graph database can tell you? A graph database such as Aurelius’ Titan, Franz’ AllegroGraph, Google’s Cayley, Neo Technology’s Neo4j, Objectivity’s InfiniteGraph, and Ontotext’s GraphDB lets you store semi-structured data linked together by relationships in a graph and…

Which NoSQL Solution is Right For You?

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by Angela Guess Craig S. Mullins recently wrote for SearchDataManagement, “Reviewing NoSQL database management system (DBMS) offerings is a more difficult task than comparing and contrasting relational DBMSes, as there’s more than one type of NoSQL database and a large number of individual NoSQL DBMSes. Part of the process of vetting a NoSQL DBMS is…

Semantic Search, NoSQL, and Agriculture

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by Angela Guess John Leonard recently wrote for Computing.co.uk, “The history of agricultural not-for-profit organisation CAB International (CABI) goes back to 1910 – a time when Britain’s enthusiasm for record keeping and categorisation was perhaps at its zenith. This history has allowed the organisation to build up a huge amount of information about plants, pests…

Stardog 3 Released, Leads Semantic Graphs in Enterprise Adoption

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by Angela Guess The team at Complexible Inc., the team behind the Stardog Semantic Graph Database, recently announced, “the release of Stardog 3, the most advanced version of the industry-leading semantic graph system. Stardog 3 features high availability cluster, improved query and write performance, and enterprise-class features like LDAP integration, full Maven support, and a…

Graph Databases are in the Spotlight, and so is Neo4j

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by Jennifer Zaino Graph databases have had it pretty good the past year or so. Some highlights since the end of 2013 include: Gartner for the first time allowed graph databases to be included in its 2014 Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management System (ODBMS). Graph database management systems saw a more than 250 percent…

Actian Adds Graph Analysis Engine to Big Data Portfolio

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by Angela Guess Doug Henschen of Information Week reports, “Actian on Tuesday announced that it’s adding a graph-analysis engine to its big data portfolio, which already includes a SQL-on-Hadoop offering as well as several relational databases and data-integration software. Graph analysis is applied to uncover networked relationships among people, places, things, and entities. It’s at…