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Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a subsidiary of Amazon that provides a range of more than 200 cloud computing services, the most popular and well-known of which include Amazon Elastic Computer Cloud (EC2) and Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3). It is the dominant force in the public cloud IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) space, accounting for almost a third of the total market share worldwide according to recent estimates.

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Amazon Neptune

In Amazon Neptune, both RDF graphs and Property Graphs are stored in a “quad” representation using a custom data model.
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Graph Database Market Update 2019

This is the third Market Update into the graph database market, considering and comparing both property graph and RDF databases.
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Graph Database (2020)

This is Bloor's fourth Market Update in this space, which discusses the state of the graph database market as of early 2020.
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Remote working, with Social Teams and personalities - A key to being Mutable in practice

This remote working paper is aimed at managers and team members of the effective, resilient, teams needed to manage business continuity in the “new normal”.
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Pure-play Data Integration

This Market Update examines and compares pure-play data integration, as opposed to solutions that are more platform-oriented.

(Cloud) Data Management Platforms

This (Cloud) Data Management report compares platform-based approaches that support data integration to/from cloud-based deployments.
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