Objectivity, Inc., a provider of data management solutions, has released the first version of its enterprise-ready distributed graph database product, following a successful beta program which began earlier this year.
InfiniteGraph enables large-scale graph processing, data analytics and discovery, and supports the leading requirements of organizations seeking valuable connections in data and information, and building advanced systems and services around social networking, business intelligence, scientific research, national security and similar efforts.
"Business Intelligence is all about finding the actionable information hidden in large volumes of raw data," Darren Wood, chief architect for InfiniteGraph, tells 5 Minute Briefing. "InfiniteGraph allows data to be stored and analyzed in a way that efficiently exploits the connections in data, highlighting hotspots and other features of the data graph that represent opportunities for continuous improvement,"
InfiniteGraph's distributed graph database solution is designed to enable organizations to discover complex relationships in their vast and highly distributed data, with significant time-to-market advantages and technical cost savings. InfiniteGraph is based on a distributed architecture that enables distributed data and processing.
There are several types of applications are most prevalent with the product, Wood says. "Data volumes are growing exponentially, in almost direct proportion to the importance of finding valuable connections hidden within these huge stores of complex, semi-structured information," he explains. "Almost anything today with a 2.0 or 3.0 after the name indicates a market where next generation services and systems are being developed in pursuit of these connections." These include social networking services, information aggregation services, business process management. "or any other area where there is a need to have a better understanding of customers, processes, goals and discover relevant actionable information," Wood adds.
InfiniteGraph is available in several evaluation, developer and runtime licensing options. The product supports a wide range of consumers including individual developers, new businesses and innovative start-ups, and enterprise and government customers. InfiniteGraph is available on GoGrid or any cloud computing platform.
InfiniteGraph may eventually be embedded with any BI toolsets in due time, Wood says. "We've just released InfiniteGraph 1.0, and already are in discussions with several companies in the BI space with regard to possible integration. It's too early to name names, but at a high level, there is a good interest in InfiniteGraph's ability to help organizations like theirs to improve not only their reporting tools, but particularly help develop the next generation of advanced BI analytics."
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