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.
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.
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.
Cambridge Semantics Adds Docker and Kubernetes Containers to AnzoGraph
Cambridge Semantics today introduced a new version of its AnzoGraph analytics database to support Docker and Kubernetes containers. This update allows for a wider array of deployment options for AnzoGraph, a market-leading graph database that offers fast, scalable analytics.
AnzoGraph: The Graph Database Engine for Enterprise Data on Demand
A perfect storm of business, regulatory, and technology factors are forcing organizations to gain control of their enterprise data assets. AnzoGraph provides the analytics engine to link and find those data assets at scale. Read this thought leadership piece to learn more.
AnzoGraph for Scientific Data Discovery
Biopharmas are facing a data deluge, with vast amounts of disparate data generated along the R&D pipeline. In this Use Case, AnzoGraph is used as a part of the Anzo solution to create a Semantic Layer to understand the meaning and relationships of all the data and enables scientists to answer scientific and business questions.
AnzoGraph: A Graph Database for Deep Analytics
In this article Martin Heller of Infoworld reviews AnzoGraph and highlights its capabilities to complement OLTP graph databases. He also outlines how customers such as PwC are using it for anti-fraud and anti-money laundering while Eli Lilly and Merck are using it for scientific data discovery.