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Graph Databases - What's Changed?

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Graph Update 4: performance, scalability and Neo4j

This article discusses the current and planned features in Neo4j that specifically relate to performance and scalability.
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Whither data governance?

Why is data governance so hot right now?
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Graph update: Ontotext GraphDB

The second in this series of updates discusses recent releases from Ontotext
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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.
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Data virtualisation: the next generation

New approaches to data virtualisation threaten incumbents
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A quiet revolution

Analytics and graphs are appearing in more and more software tools
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A modern take on master data

Reltio provides analytic applications - think actionable insight - on top of an MDM foundation
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Cray opens EMEA headquarters

Cray sees the convergence of HPC (high performance computing) and big data.
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GraphConnect Europe

GraphConnect is (probably) the largest graph database conference.
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New thinking on spreadsheets

There are some interesting new kids on the block in the spreadsheet world
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S/4HANA and AnyDB

Third party database providers are going to have some difficulty in persuading SAP that they can support S/4HANA
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Comfort zones

Stories are becoming broader and that doesn't necessarily make life easier
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Consolidating graphs and other matters

The graph database market is starting to consolidate. There are also interesting graph and associative database developments
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Neo4j 2.0

In its new release Neo4j has extended its property graphs by including labelling
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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"
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Objectivity and InfiniteGraph

InfiniteGraph is a graph database built on top of Objectivity/DB
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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.
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