New releases, algorithms, and visualization. April has been an interesting month in the graph database world.
We saw 2 minor and one major graph database versions come out, namely GraphDB 8.5, Neo4j 3.4 and DSE Graph 6.0. Each of these brings interesting new features and reshapes the landscape a little bit.
We saw more graphs hit the mainstream: explaining index-free adjacency to managers, discussing graph queries, algorithms and analytics on Forbes, and looking under Amazon Neptune’s hood on ZDNet.
We saw graphs being used for Master Data Management, as well as Deep Learning. We also saw a new way to write SPARQL queries using JSON, and a free web-based tool to visualize ontologies.
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