Data management in 2024. Open data formats and a common language for a sixth data platform

Data management in 2024. Open data formats and a common language for a sixth data platform

What data management in 2024 and beyond will look like hangs on one question. Can open data formats lead to a best-of-breed data management platform? It will take Interoperability across clouds and formats, as well as on the semantics and governance layer. By George Anadiotis Sixth Platform. Atlas. Debezium. DCAT. Egeria. Nessie. Mesh. Paimon. Transmogrification. This […]

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Aerospike Graph: A new entry in the graph database market, aiming to tackle complex problems at scale

Aerospike Graph: A new entry in the graph database market, aiming to tackle complex problems at scale

“Graph database growth is going strong through the Trough of Disillusionment.” And “Graph Analytics go big and real-time.” These were two of the headlines of the Spring 2023 update of the Year of the Graph newsletter. In combination, they seem like an appropriate summary of the reasoning behind a new entry in the graph database […]

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Redpanda’s “power to the data engineer” strategy lands a $100M Series C funding round

Redpanda’s “power to the data engineer” strategy lands a  0M Series C funding round

In an era of dried-up funding and Data Lakehouse vendor supremacy, Redpanda is going against the grain. The company just secured a $100 million Series C funding round to execute on an unconventional strategy. Redpanda Founder and CEO Alex Gallego shares how things work for the company. Back in early 2022, a $50 million Series […]

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The EU AI Act effect: Background, blind spots, opportunities and roadmap

The EU AI Act effect: Background, blind spots, opportunities and roadmap

The EU Parliament just voted to bring the EU AI Act regulation into effect. If GDPR is anything to go by, that’s a big deal. Here’s what and how it’s likely to effect, its blind spots, what happens next, and how you can prepare for it based on what we know. The last few months […]

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Heroes journey: Notes towards a Personal Knowledge Graphs Book

Heroes journey: Notes towards a Personal Knowledge Graphs Book

The hero’s journey is a common template of stories that involve a hero who goes on an adventure, is victorious in a decisive crisis, and comes home transformed. Writing a book is like a journey too. Writing the first Personal Knowledge Graphs book involved more than one hero and a few crises.  Now the PKG […]

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Foursquare moves to the future with a Geospatial Knowledge Graph

Foursquare moves to the future with a Geospatial Knowledge Graph

From a consumer-oriented application, Foursquare has evolved to a data and product provider for enterprises. The next steps in its evolution will be powered by the Foursquare Graph. Welcome to Orchestrate all the Things, a newsletter with stories about Tech, Data, AI and Media and how they flow into each other shaping our lives. If […]

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ChatGPT is AI’s Facebook moment. Don’t fall for it this time.

GPT-4, arguably the most powerful AI model ever, has just been released. The expectation was that this was going to be massive. OpenAI’s announcement does not focus on model size, but on capabilities. They seem impressive, and GPT-4 is purportedly being used at the likes of Stripe and Morgan Stanley. The question i posed just before […]

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