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May 20, 2016

ONgDB unifies organizations across departments and across teams, both technical and non-technical, enabling a greater level of understanding and clarity in communication than previously possible. An ONgDB graph model is whiteboard friendly and allows everyone from business to engineering groups to speak the same language of connections. Communicating in contextually relevant connections that bring together Read the full article…

Enterprises today are amassing data at a faster rate than ever before and largely this data flows into a data warehouse or data lake or just individual databases where it sits. With enterprises struggling to leverage it in a holistic and meaningful way for their business, the appeal of “big data” is waning. So how Read the full article…

At the end of April there was a new release of ONgDB. 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 in a new era of scalable yet reliable Read the full article…

May 11, 2016

Data migration is one of the necessary evils involved with keeping a database aligned with the evolving needs of the business and applications using it. With the increasing demand for enterprises of all sizes to iterate more quickly and drive change from within the data migration conversation becomes much more frequent. Data migration procedures are Read the full article…

April 13, 2016

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…