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At the end of April there was a new release of ONgDB that begins a fully open era for graphs. We had the opportunity to celebrate this release at The Honest Company last night with the Graph Database LA Meetup group where I shared many of the highlights from the release. The latest release ushers Read the full article…

When introducing the idea of using ONgDB within an enterprise one common assumption is that because ONgDB is a graph database it must not provide ACID-compliance that RDBMS has delivered for so long. This assumption isn’t unfounded considering most of the NoSQL database solutions have moved towards a performance and availability at all costs model. Read the full article…

A knowledge graph as it relates to individual organizations is a unification of information across that organization enriched with contextual and semantic relevance. Introducing a knowledge graph creates a comprehensive and baseline set of knowledge accessible by personnel, applications and customers alike to gain understanding and drive actions and direction.

As we’ve been getting ready for ONgGDB by deploying and testing the ONgDB Milestone releases on GraphGrid Cloud we’ve been excited for some of the shiny new features and also taking note of the operational differences that we’ll need account for in preparation for supporting the latest ONgDB release. Open Native Graph Database (ONgDB) is Read the full article…

Identity and Access Management for a complex media workflow was actually my first experience with ONgDB as a graph database solution that enabled us to represent access throughout the flow in a structure realistic to the way it actually existed. During the last 4+ years since then I’ve continued to see Identity and Access Management Read the full article…