Graph Databases - Further Information
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Talend Data Fabric
The basic concept behind the Talend Data Fabric is to allow you to collect, govern, transform, and share your data.
Solix Cloud Management
SOLIXCloud is a cloud data management platform from Solix Technologies that provides four primary solutions.
Qlik Data Integration Platform
The Qlik Data Integration Platform is essentially a melding of the capabilities provided through the acquisitions of Podium Data and Attunity.
Oracle Unified Information Management Platform
Oracle’s data management capabilities span the establishment of (cloud-based) data warehouses and data lakes.
Informatica Intelligent Data Platform (2021)
The Intelligent Data Platform encompasses data integration, quality, governance, MDM, cataloguing, privacy, application integration, and more.
IBM Cloud Pak for Data
IBM Cloud Pak for Data places particular emphasis on deploying, developing and managing AI and machine learning models.
Hitachi Vantara Lumada
The Lumada DataOps Suite from Hitachi Vantara supports everything from ingestion through to analysis and dashboards.
Cloudera Data Platform
Cloudera Data Platform offers data integration, data governance, data cataloguing and transformation capability but not data quality per se.
Ataccama ONE encompasses data integration, data cataloguing, data profiling and data quality, and both reference and master data management.
MarkLogic Data Hub
MarkLogic Data Hub is a fully cloud-native platform for data storage, integration, operationalisation and governance.
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.
In Amazon Neptune, both RDF graphs and Property Graphs are stored in a “quad” representation using a custom data model.
Cambridge Semantics AnzoGraph (2020)
AnzoGraph is a massively parallel graph database that runs on HDFS, NFS and other big data platforms and is ACID compliant.
DataStax Enterprise (DSE) (Graph Engine)
The DSE Graph Engine is a property graph that is built into DSE and leverages DSE’s capabilities for storage, search and analytics.
AllegroGraph from Franz Inc. is a semantic graph database focused on generating semantic knowledge graphs.
Grakn Core and Grakn KGMS (2020)
Grakn consists of a database, an abstraction layer and a knowledge graph, which is used to organise complex networks of data and make them queryable.
MarkLogic Data Hub Service and MarkLogic Server
MarkLogic Server is a multi-model database that can be used to store documents, relational data via tables, rows and columns, and graph data.
Memgraph is an in-memory, ACID-compliant, property graph database written in C++ that supports openCypher.
Neo4j is a property graph database with a native engine that is targeted at operational, hybrid operational/analytic (HTAP) and pure analytic use cases.
Objectivity ThingSpan (2020)
Objectivity/DB has proven scalability and performance credentials in highly demanding environments. ThingSpan, which is built into the database.
Ontotext GraphDB and the Ontotext Platform
GraphDB from Ontotext is a native RDF database with dynamic indexing that integrates with various search technologies, document stores, and text mining.
RedisGraph is the graph database module for Redis where, by “module” the company means functionality embedded into the product.
Sparsity Technologies Sparksee
Sparsity Technologies Sparksee is a property graph database that focuses on high performance deployment at scale and on embedded systems.
Stardog is an RDF database with strong support for SPARQL and OWL that can be extended to provide labelled property graph capabilities.
TigerGraph uses a property graph paradigm and has been designed specifically to support real-time (less than one second) analytics.
This paper discusses Franz AllegroGraph, a highly secure, semantic, RDF-based graph database available in-cloud and on-premises.
Hybrid real-time data processing
There are multiple ways in which databases that support real-time operational/transactional and analytic processing may be implemented. This report compares representative samples of each.
Neo4j (June 2019)
Neo4j, is a labelled, property graph database with a native engine that is targeted at operational and hybrid operational/transactional and analytic use cases.
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.
This paper discusses Trovares xGT, a property graph engine that will compete with graph databases for query processing against extremely large graphs.
TigerGraph (January 2019)
This paper discusses TigerGraph, a native graph parallel database that has been designed specifically to support real-time (less than one second) analytics.
This paper discusses Stardog, an RDF database with strong support for SPARQL and OWL that can be extended to provide labelled property graph capabilities.
This paper discusses SAP OrientDB, an open source, multi-model database with extended property graph database capabilities.
This paper discusses Ontotext GraphDB (previously known as OWLIM), a native RDF database with dynamic indexing that integrates with various search technologies.
Objectivity ThingSpan (2019)
This paper discusses Objectivity ThingSpan, a “graph analytics platform” built on top of Objectivity/DB, Objectivity’s object-oriented database.
Memgraph is a property graph database targeted primarily at hybrid analytic and transactional environments.
Franz AllegroGraph (2019)
This paper discusses and evaluates Franz AllegroGraph, a semantic graph database focused on generating sophisticated semantic knowledge graphs.
Cray Systems and the Cray Graph Engine
The Cray Graph Engine is an RDF database that runs on a variety of Cray hardware platforms.
ArangoDB is a multi-model database that supports document (JSON), key-value and property graph capabilities with one database core and one declarative query language.
Cambridge Semantics AnzoGraph (2019)
AnzoGraph is a massively parallel RDF database targeted primarily at large scale analytic environments
Neo4j (January 2019)
Neo4j is a labelled, property graph database with a native engine that is targeted at operational and hybrid operational/analytic use cases.
DataStax DSE Graph
This paper discusses and evaluates DataStax Enterprise Graph, the graph database add-on for DataStax Enterprise.
Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB
Cosmos DB is a distributed multi-model database that is provided as a service. It supports key-value, column store, document and property graphs.
Grakn Core and Grakn KGMS (2018)
Grakn is a graph-based platform for developing cognitive and other applications leveraging artificial intelligence.
What’s Hot in Data
In this paper, we have identified the potential significance of a wide range of data-based technologies that impact on the move to a data-driven environment.
All about graphs: a primer
Over the last few years graph databases have been the fastest growing sector within the database market ...
Graph and RDF databases 2016
This Market Report discusses the latest trends in this market, along with a detailed assessment of the leading vendors in the market
Graph and RDF databases Market Update 2016
This Market Update discusses the latest trends in this market, along with our assessment of the leading vendors in the market.
Not quite Star Trek
Capsenta is doing some seriously interesting things in the area of data federation and semantics.
Graph and RDF Databases 2015
There are lots of open source and development projects within the graph space. We have focused on those that we believe to be enterprise-ready.
What is a graph database?
The graph database and graph analytics market is increasingly complex and diverse
The language of graphs
You might think that SPARQL will equate in the graph world to SQL in the relational world, but it probably won't