The Enterprise Data Fabric: an Information Architecture for Our Times
Our CTO and co-founder, Sean Martin, wrote this guest blogpost for Computer Weekly laying out our vision of what constitutes an Enterprise Data Fabric and the pivotal role graph technology and semantic standards play in its implementation.
Why Graph Databases Are the Right Choice for Many Data-centric Organizations
In this Medium article Steve Sarsfield, our VP of Product for AnzoGraph, discusses the ability of Graph Databases to store relationships and perform unique algorithms in a way that traditional Relational Databases just can’t, as well as several use cases where Graph Databases truly stand out.
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.
4 Reasons to Use Graphs to Optimize Machine Learning Data Engineering
In this article for TDWI, Cambridge Semantics’ CTO, Sean Martin, explains how knowledge graphs can unclog the data science bottleneck hampering machine learning throughout the enterprise, enabling organizations to focus on benefiting from this technology instead of preparing for it.
Is The Enterprise Knowledge Graph Finally Going To Make All Data Usable?
In this article for Forbes, Dan Woods points to Siri, Alexa and Google Home as everyday examples of the power of knowledge graphs and how AnzoGraph can similarly make all enterprise data usable with an Enterprise Knowledge Graph.
Why Thomson Reuters’ Introduction of Enterprise Graph Analytics to Its Global C …
In this editorial penned by Sean Martin, CTO, for International Business Times, Sean explains why Thompson Reuters’ announcement of a “Knowledge Graph feed” for its customers marks an inflection point in the adoption of graph-based technology.
Four Strategic Differentiators of an Enterprise Knowledge Graph
In this article for Dataconomy, Ben Szekely, Vice President Solution Engineering at Cambridge Semantics, writes about Enterprise Knowledge Graphs and how they enable organizations to take advantage of in-memory computing at cloud-scale to bring immediate access and analysis to everyone.