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Product News : Objectivity Releases InfiniteGraph 3.1 NOSQL Database
on 2013/4/29 7:23:31 (592 reads)
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Objectivity, Inc., the leader in NOSQL database solutions for Big Data, announced today the release of InfiniteGraph 3.1, delivering improved path finding for faster search results, ingest performance improvements, enhanced visualization features and navigator plug-in enhancements. Objectivity also introduces the first of a new series of open-use offerings (free, commercially supported open source tools), with tIGOutput, a new output connector that enables you to easily and quickly import data into InfiniteGraph from sources such as Cassandra, HBase or MySQL using the graphical connection and mapping features of Talend data integration products. Talend is a provider of open source software whose products provide an extensible set of tools to access, transform and integrate data. With InfiniteGraph's open-use connector, you can now import data from any source supported by Talend.

With the newest release of InfiniteGraph, companies can discover previously inaccessible relationships and connection information between data faster than ever before, thus unlocking "in-time" answers in their Big Data which had been previously hidden.

According to Forrester, "Predictive analytics enables firms to reduce risks, make intelligent decisions, and create differentiated, more personal customer experiences. But predictive analytics is hard to do without the right tools and technologies, given the increasing challenge of storing, processing, and accessing the volume, velocity, and variety of big data."

InfiniteGraph is the only distributed graph database that scales out within real-time Big Data applications. InfiniteGraph's unique, massively scalable and distributed architecture enables users to store, search and visualize relationships between inter-related data, across all combined data silos, for new meaning in real-time. New features in InfiniteGraph 3.1 include:
* Faster Path Finding - InfiniteGraph provides dramatically improved search results when finding paths between two known objects by leveraging a two-way path finding algorithm.
* Ingest Enhancements - InfiniteGraph 3.1 offers up to 25% improved ingest performance over previous versions.
* Visualizer Improvements - The InfiniteGraph Visualizer provides users with additional ease-of-use and quick start functionality for visualizing and navigating the graph.
* Storing Graph Views and Navigation Policy Chains - Navigation policies, which customize the behavior of a navigation query, and graph views, which define a subset of a graph database for a navigation query, can now be saved in your graph database for later reuse.

"As companies begin to realize the benefit of graph technology for their Big Data analytics, they are recognizing the need to analyze the complete breadth and depth of their data in its entirety," said Jay Jarrell, President and CEO of Objectivity. "InfiniteGraph 3.1 delivers increased speed, agility and the ability to understand data in real-time. Furthermore, we have extended our ease-of-use by providing open-use data connectors for NoSQL and SQL stores."

About Objectivity, Inc.

Objectivity, Inc. is the Enterprise NoSQL leader, helping customers harness the power of Big Data. Our leading edge technologies: InfiniteGraph, The Distributed Graph Database™ and Objectivity/DB, a distributed and scalable object management database, enable organizations to discover hidden relationships for improved Big Data analytics and develop applications with significant time-to-market advantages and technical cost savings, achieving greater return on data related investments.

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