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Open or closed? On graph database access, query languages, community building, and TigerGraph

Having an entry path, as well as a strong community, is important for any solution, and graph databases are no different. Following latest developments in graph query languages, TigerGraph is changing its strategy. How will this affect the domain? If you’ve been watching the graph database space, you probably know TigerGraph. It’s one of the […]

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The Year of the Graph Newsletter: May 2018

  New releases, algorithms, and visualization. April has been an interesting month in the graph database world. We saw 2 minor and one major graph database versions come out, namely GraphDB 8.5, Neo4j 3.4 and DSE Graph 6.0. Each of these brings interesting new features and reshapes the landscape a little bit. We saw more […]

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DataStax Enterprise Graph 6.0: what’s new, and what’s coming?

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DataStax Enterprise just released version 6.0, a major upgrade. We take an insider tour with Jonathan Lacefield, Senior Director of Product Management with DataStax, focusing on DSE Graph. Even though news on the new DSE release have been out for a while, one of the principles to go by in the tech world is “never […]

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The Year of the Graph Newsletter: April 2018

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Graph databases are the hottest thing around right now. Whether you are just getting started, or you are in one of the 51% of organizations already using them, this is the place to get your news and analysis. The popularity of graph databases has gone through the roof almost overnight it seems. Everything points this way: […]

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Keep on Uberin the free world

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Uber is still operating in London, in you case you did not notice. Uber will continue to do so while a legal appeal process that could take a year lasts. What’s more, the fire-fighting statements and apologetic tone adopted by newly appointed Uber top management seem to appease some, including London’s mayor. But to focus […]

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Please wait while your future trickles down: innovation, asymmetry and evolution

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If you believe the technologists, the future is around the corner and it’s going to be perfect. But is more technology really the answer to every problem? The future’s so bright, i gotta wear shades Do you know what CeBIT is? Chances are you do, because here you are reading this. This means you have […]

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Media hype and moral panic: fake news and populism in the Netherlands

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What led towards an election result that did not live up to Geert Vilders’ hopes and everyone else’s fears? Where does fake news fit in this picture, and what lessons are there to be learned? As an expat who has lived and worked in the Netherlands for 3 full years by choice, speaks the language […]

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Earth Day special: on big issues, breaking news, and using data and tech to get insights and build stories

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Earth day is one of those things pretty much everyone can stand behind. With virtually all scientists and the vast majority of the public acknowledging the fact that climate change is an imminent threat that must be dealt with, it marks an occasion for awareness and action. This year in particular, it coincides with a […]

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An analyst’s life: from Gigaom and Big Data to VisionMobile and Developer Economics and..Big Developer Data

The last post in this blog, a year ago, was about Hadoop security. We had just finished our latest webcast with Gigaom on the different options for managing Hadoop and were looking ahead to a number of prospects, including a Sector Roadmap on SaaS BI to be unveiled at Structure:Data 2015. Much water has flowed […]

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