Graph Database Use Cases: Why and How Graph is being used for Data Harmonization and Analytics

A Talk by Thomas Cook and Alok Prasad
Cambridge Semantics and Cambridge Semantics

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Graph analytics databases are being rapidly adopted for a variety of reasons. We outline what types of problems customers are solving, reasons why they are adopting graph analytics databases, the value they are getting and how Labelled Property Graphs (RDF*) with RDF is changing the use cases being addressed by RDF and graph technologies.

We will also show a short demo of how a graph analytics database with RDF* combines the expressive power of RDF with labelled properties to empower the user with new insights from diverse data at speeds and performance never before possible

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Thomas Cook

Thomas Cook is Director Sales at Cambridge Semantics. He has a Masters in Computer Science from Texas State University and brings 20+ years experience in Software Engineering, ETL, Data Warehousing and Big Data. Prior to recently joining Cambridge Semantics, Thomas worked at SAS, IBM, Netezza and Talend.

Alok Prasad

Alok Prasad is President of Cambridge Semantics. Alok has 20+ years as President/CEO of technology companies and investment firms. He has scaled operations of several companies and helped take companies public. He is a graduate from IIT Kharagpur and has an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

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