Is GOLAP the Next Wave for Big Data Warehousing?
In this article for Datanami, Alex Woodie interviewed our CTO, Sean Martin, and our Vice President of Engineering, Barry Zane, about the difference between OLTP and OLAP graph databases and why graph OLAP databases are the future of big data warehousing.
Are Semantic Connectors The Key To Scalable Graph ETL?
In this article for Forbes, Dan Woods introduces the concept of ‘semantic connectors’, which he believes will help immensely in making graph ETL work better and how Cambridge Semantics’ process is made a lot easier by employing semantic standards like RDF and OWL.
The Government Wants to Free Your Health Data. Will That Unleash Innovation?
This piece by STAT explores how shifting attitudes toward access to patient healthcare data is leading to new healthcare innovations and treatment options for patients, with insight from Jamie Powers, senior director of clinical applications at Cambridge Semantics.
Machine Learning Predicted to Take the Stage Again in 2018
In a round-up of Machine Learning predictions for 2018 in Database Trends and Applications, Sean Martin, CTO and co-founder of Cambridge Semantics, predicts that graph technology will join with machine learning due to the rich potential for training features.
“Above the Trend Line” – Your Industry Rumor Central for 12/11/2017
In this recurring feature, insideBIGDATA announces the addition of Steve Dischinger as our VP of Business Development and Alliances, as well as asks Sean Martin, CTO, for his thoughts on Amazon’s graph-based solution Neptune.