SD Times news digest: Databricks Delta, SciPy 1.0, and Neo4j’s Native Graph Platform

Databricks has released a new unified data management system that combines the best features from data lakes, data warehouses and streaming systems. The company made the announcement at its annual Spark Summit Europe conference. Databricks Delta takes the scale and cost-efficiency from a data lake; the reliability and performance from a data warehouse, and the … continue reading

MongoDB can now store graph databases

Users of the MongoDB NoSQL data store can now store graph databases in it. Today the company announced the introduction of MongoDB 3.4, and with it came a host of new features, including the ability to host graph databases. Kelly Stirman, vice president of strategy and product marketing at MongoDB, said this update focuses on … continue reading

Guest View: Relational vs. graph databases: Which to use and when?

Traditional relational databases, the powerhouse of software applications since the 1980s, work well when your data is predictable and fits well into tables, columns, rows, and wherever queries are not very join-intensive. But there are rich, connected domains all around us that relational software isn’t so well equipped at dealing with. Relational database-management systems (RDBMS) … continue reading

DataStax gets ready for graphs

DataStax plans to take its key-value store and add graph capabilities with the release later this year of DataStax Enterprise Graph. On Feb. 3, DataStax snatched up the maker of the TitanDB graph database, Aurelius. The move might have been somewhat suspicious at the time, as DataStax had been focusing all of its corporate energy … continue reading

Why graph databases are the next big thing

Relational databases cannot handle today’s databases complexity, but graph databases are a ready solution … continue reading

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