Topic: tigergraph

SD Times news digest: .NET 5 Preview 1, TigerGraph 3.0’s no-code capabilities, and Axis Security emerges from stealth

Microsoft released .NET Preview 1, which is scheduled for a general availability release in November.  Preview 1 includes support for Windows ARM64 for the first time and also the .NET Core runtime. Microsoft said it expects Preview 2 to include the SDK (ASP.NET Core but not WPF or Windows Forms). Some of the high-level goals … continue reading

SD Times news digest: TigerGraph’s native graph database as a service, Google launches new subscription service, and CloudStack 4.13

TigerGraph announced the launch of TigerGraph Cloud, a native graph database as a service as well as $32 million in Series B funding.  According to the company, the ability for organizations to design their own solutions for graph-based data analysis has been limited to data scientists, developers and architects, and the new solution aims to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google Cloud Platform database updates, TigerGraph’s PartnerGraph program, and Electron 6.0

Google announced new database options to power enterprise workloads on the Google Cloud Platform (GCP).  The enhancements include: Cloud SQL for Microsoft SQL Server in alpha, which enables users to bring existing SQL Server workloads to GCP. Federated queries from BigQuery to Cloud SQL Elastic Cloud on GCP is now available in Japan and coming … continue reading

TigerGraph updates its graph analytics platform

TigerGraph has announced the latest release of its graph analytics platform. This release offers integrations with popular databases and storage systems, Docker and Kubernetes support, availability on the AWS Marketplace and Microsoft Azure, and a new graph algorithm library. New integrations with other databases include RDBMS, Kafka, Amazon S3, and HDFS. It will also add … 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

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