DBTA will host a webcast on Tuesday, August 16, at 11am PT/2pm ET to examine the technology behind InfiniteGraph, the distributed and scalable graph database.
Big data problems are presenting themselves in almost every area of computing from social network analysis to file processing. Many technologies, such as those in the NoSQL space, were developed in response to the limitations of current storage systems as an effective mechanism to deal with these mountains of data. And much of that data is interconnected in ways that, when organized properly, gives interesting and often valuable information.
InfiniteGraph was designed specifically to traverse connections and provide the framework for a new set of products built to provide real-time business decision support and relationship analytics.
Hosted by Tom Wilson, president of DBTA and Unisphere Research, "An Introduction to InfiniteGraph, Connecting the Dots to Find Meaning in Big Data" will feature presentations by Darren Wood, InfiniteGraph architect and lead developer, and Mark Maagdenberg,InfiniteGraph system engineer, and explore common use cases involving very large-scale graph processing.