Cambridge Semantics Integrates Graphileon into AnzoGraph
Cambridge Semantics today announced the integration of Graphileon framework with its stand-alone version of AnzoGraph. This integration leverages both Graphileon’s open environment and Anzograph’s new LPG capability that’s unique to a RDF triplestore database.
The Data Fabric for Machine Learning Part 1b – Deep Learning on Graphs
In this article for KDnuggets Favio Vazquez discusses using Anzo to create an Enterprise Knowledge Graph and the basics of thinking about machine learning and deep learning on graphs with the library Spektral and the platform MatrixDS.
DBTA 100 2019 – The Companies That Matter Most in Data
Each year, DBTA compiles a list of 100 companies that matter in data, showcasing vendors that are addressing the interconnected demands for hardware, software, and services that help customers unlock their data’s potential. Cambridge Semantics is proud to have been included in their list for 2019.
Webinar: Big Data Fabric 2.0 Drives Data Democratization
Join Ben Szekley, Cambridge Semantics’ SVP of Field Operations, and guest speaker, Forrester’s Noel Yuhanna, June 27, 2019 at 1:00 pm ET for this live webinar in which they will explore why data-driven businesses are making a big data fabric part of their data strategy to deliver real-time trusted insights.
19 Top Data Preparation Tools
In this article Health Data Management highlights Gartner analysts Ehtisham Zaidi and Sharat Menon’s latest report, “Market Guide for Data Preparation Tools,” which identifies Anzo as one of only 2 among the 19 leading providers of data preparation software that offers solutions for all 5 specified categories.
Big Data Fabric 2.0 Drives Data Democratization
In this complimentary Forrester research report, Noel Yuhanna recommends that data-driven businesses make a big data fabric part of their data strategy to minimize time and effort spent ingesting, integrating, curating and securing data insights.
Should a Graph Database Be in Your Next Data Warehouse Stack?
As interest grows in new technologies, many enterprises are reconsidering their data warehouses. In this article for TDWI, Steve Sarsfield, our VP of Product for AnzoGraph, discusses what makes graph databases different from traditional RDBMSs.
Webinar: Modern Data Discovery and Integration in Retail Banking
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn about implementing a semantic layer based on graph technology to create a data fabric that can make vast collections of enterprise data from diverse, siloed sources available to address common data discovery challenges in Retail Banking.