Graph Databases - What's Changed?This page shows up to 100 pieces of content which have been tagged Changed (newest at the top): Graph Update 4: performance, scalability and Neo4j This article discusses the current and planned features in Neo4j that specifically relate to performance and scalability. Whither data governance? Why is data governance so hot right now? Graph update: Ontotext GraphDB The second in this series of updates discusses recent releases from Ontotext Graph update This is the first of several articles on the graph/RDF (and hypergraph) space. This one is generic, the others will be product/vendor specific. Data virtualisation: the next generation New approaches to data virtualisation threaten incumbents A quiet revolution Analytics and graphs are appearing in more and more software tools A modern take on master data Reltio provides analytic applications - think actionable insight - on top of an MDM foundation Cray opens EMEA headquarters Cray sees the convergence of HPC (high performance computing) and big data. GraphConnect Europe GraphConnect is (probably) the largest graph database conference. New thinking on spreadsheets There are some interesting new kids on the block in the spreadsheet world S/4HANA and AnyDB Third party database providers are going to have some difficulty in persuading SAP that they can support S/4HANA Comfort zones Stories are becoming broader and that doesn't necessarily make life easier Consolidating graphs and other matters The graph database market is starting to consolidate. There are also interesting graph and associative database developments Neo4j 2.0 In its new release Neo4j has extended its property graphs by including labelling DB2: a relational epithet is no longer enough DB2 now has so many storage engines that it's no longer accurate to simply call it "relational" Objectivity and InfiniteGraph InfiniteGraph is a graph database built on top of Objectivity/DB IBM and DB2 version 10 The latest version of DB2 for Linux, UNIX and Windows is now available. Perhaps most interestingly DB2 can now act as a graph store.