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Graph Databases - What's Innovative?

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Men are from Mars, graphs are from Kobai Saturn

Kobai Saturn is Kobai’s RDF graph backend, joining its visualisation and authoring tools, Kobai Tower and Kobai Studio, to form a knowledge graph platform.
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Ontotext makes life easier

Ontotext is introducing SQL support to enable easier access to GraphDB, as well as visual migration support from relational databases.
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Franz Inc. releases AllegroGraph 7.0

Graph database vendor Franz Inc. has released the latest versions of AllegroGraph, and graph visualisation and discovery engine, Gruff.
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GraphQL: a replacement for REST?

During our research on graph databases, one particular piece of open source software has come up repeatedly: GraphQL. But what is GraphQL, really? What are its benefits, and where did it come from? And can it really compete with REST?
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Managing data catalogue proliferation

Data catalogues are becoming increasingly popular. Put simply, a data catalogue is a repository of information about a company's data assets ...
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TigerGraph is a graph database that has just been formally released. It is targeted at real-time graph analytics.
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Yet another graph update - SQL property graph extensions and IBM Compose supports JanusGraph
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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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Graph update: GRAKN.AI

GRAKN.AI offers a knowledge base with a knowledge representation system based on Hypergraph theory.
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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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Blazegraph GPU

There are relatively few companies that specifically address graph analytics as opposed to analytics within the context of operational applications.
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NoHow is the antidote to NoSQL

Declarative languages are becoming more and more prevalent for NoSQL
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Graphs and GPUs

SYSTAP is implementing its graph database using Nvidia GPUs. This has some serious price/performance benefits for large scale analytics.
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Enthusiasm is the SPARQL in your eyes

SPARQLverse is a new analytic graph database developed by SPARQL City and available from both that company and as part of the Actian Analytics Platform.
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The return of the associative database?

An open source associative database project in the US means that this technology may be about to make a comeback.
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Teradata Aster 6.0

The latest release of Teradata Aster has some interesting graph capabilities
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BSP and Graphs

Bulk Synchronous Parallel is a clustered low-cost solution (a la Hadoop) being adopted for graph databases and graph analytics
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De-duplication in a graph database

Could you use a graph database for matching? Yes, almost certainly. And, if so, how would that compete with data quality tools?
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uRiKA is an appliance for graph analytics which contains a graph database, but what exactly is a graph database or, for that matter, a graph, and why should you care?
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The fourth in a series of five articles about graph databases
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