AnzoGraph® DB Benchmarking Guide
Written by Sean Martin This document was written as a guide to both those applying industry standard and other publicly available graph database benchmarks and those devising new ones in the context of Cambridge Semantics’ database offering. The reason for writing it is that when it comes to AnzoGraph DB, we are learning that graph […]
Announcing AnzoGraph® DB Version 2
By Steve Sarsfield, VP of Product, AnzoGraph DB Last year, Cambridge Semantics took a bold move to spin out AnzoGraph® DB as a separate product. Our database engine has long been (and continues to be) the core of the popular Anzo® data fabric product. Through Anzo, AnzoGraph DB has achieved success. That said, the interest […]
Webinar: Are Knowledge Graphs the Next “Killer App” in Big Data Integration?
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how enterprises are using a MPP native graph database like AnzoGraph® DB – which is built for diverse data harmonization and analytics at scale, speed, and deep link insights – to accelerate complex, large-scale data integration initiatives such as massive knowledge graphs.
The Trend-Setting Products in Knowledge Management 2019
KMWorld magazine has named AnzoGraph a Trend-Setting Product for 2019. This award is reserved for products that break new ground with inventive use of technology or take existing capabilities and continue to refine them to meet emerging requirements.
Interoperability and How to Sustain It
Authored by Sam Chance, Principal Consultant at Cambridge Semantics, this article for Control Engineering discusses how semantic interoperability adds semantic annotations and knowledge enrichment to address issues with information not always being understood by recipients despite standards for data formats and structures.