Topic: graph database

SD Times news digest: GrapeCity ComponentOne 2019v1, Neo4j Startup Program, and Sauce Labs funding

GrapeCity has released ComponentOne 2019v1. This release includes new features for the .NET UI toolkit, such as a control panel, DataFilter, improved data slicers, BulletGraphs, and more. It also adds support for Visual Studio 2019 across all products. The company also updated the pricing structure. According to GrapeCity, some features will be moved to ComponentOne … continue reading

SD Times news digest: TigerGraph 2.4, Outsystems + Boncode, and a new Julia debugger

TigerGraph has announced the latest version of its graph database. TigerGraph 2.4 combines graph pattern matching with link analytics, making it easier for organizations to gain insights from their data. The company also announced a new JDBC Connector and the ability for AWS users to use S3 data natively in GraphStudio. OutSystems announces new partnership … continue reading

SD Times news digest: BrowserStack’s open-source program, Tableau acquires AI startup, and TigerGraph’s free graph database

Web and mobile app testing platform provider BrowserStack has announced a new open-source program to provide free open-source software testing on the BrowserStack Real Device Cloud. According to the company, the goal is to provide open-source developers with tools and infrastructure for speed, accuracy and scale. “BrowserStack is committed to strengthening our ties with the … continue reading

AWS releases graph database service Amazon Neptune

Amazon Web Services has announced Amazon Neptune is now generally available. Amazon Neptune is a fully managed graph database service designed to store and navigate connected data. The company first announced the database at its AWS re:Invent conference last year. “Delivered as a fully managed database, Amazon Neptune frees customers to focus on their applications … continue reading

Dgraph announces its first production-ready graph database release and plans for the future

From humble beginnings of having just one contributor back in 2015, the open source graph database Dgraph has grown over the past two years to have 46 contributors, 2190 GitHub commits, 277 branches, and 25 releases. It was originally created out of a desire to do away with the typical weaknesses of traditional relational databases. … continue reading

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