TigerGraph 2.0 Helps Enterprises Roar With The Fastest And Most Scalable GraphAnalytics
Graph Database Leader Announces Industry’s First MultiGraph Collaboration Service; Company to Present at Upcoming Strata Data Conference
TigerGraph, the world’s fastest graph analytics platform for the enterprise, introduced TigerGraph 2.0 to empower enterprises with the fastest and most scalable graph analytics. TigerGraph 2.0 offers real time MultiGraph collaboration services – an industry first that supports upcoming GDPR requirements, along with enhancements in distributed system performance and security. The company also announced its presence at the upcoming Strata Data Conference, taking place March 6 – 8 in San Jose, CA. TigerGraph’s founder and CEO, Dr. Yu Xu, will deliver a talk on the benefits of real-time deep link analytics on March 7th.
“TigerGraph 2.0 delivers a new level of deployment ease, allowing our customers to derive even deeper meanings from their connected data,” said Yu Xu, founder and CEO of TigerGraph. “MultiGraph represents an incredible breakthrough, supporting real-time graph collaboration for the first time ever. Now enterprises can improve the transparency and the availability of their data among teams, promoting productivity and decision-making for the business. TigerGraph continues to offer enterprises the best solution for the fastest and most scalable graph analytics no matter how large or complex the dataset.”
Today, companies are demanding real-time data to make informed decisions and to provide better customer experiences. Graph analytics are optimized to deliver new insight and intelligence previously impossible or hard to detect, allowing enterprises to capture key business moments for competitive advantage.
For example, a leading ecommerce company uses TigerGraph to provide real-time product recommendations to shoppers, including new users with no transaction history, to enrich their overall experience. This approach has increased revenues by 35 percent at companies including Amazon and Alibaba. The ecommerce company uses TigerGraph to analyze browsing history, product feedback, bookmarks, geographic location and other online behavior data.
TigerGraph 2.0 is uniquely suited in offering an out-of-the box architecture that fully supports upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements from the European Union. The new MultiGraph service enables organizations to easily manage and monitor data access, data lineage and personal data. This includes where a point of data was first acquired, whether consent was given in obtaining it, where it moved over time, where it resides in each system, and how it gets used.
TigerGraph 2.0 is poised to help organizations to meet GDPR compliance requirements, set to be implemented in May 2018. The solution provides enterprises with comprehensive data lineage and compliance reporting, benefiting them as they seek to understand how personal data is used and accessed throughout an organization.
Enterprise graph database adoption continues to rise. According to a new report by Forrester Research, “51% of global data and analytics technology decision makers either are implementing, have already implemented, or are upgrading their graph databases.” 1 TigerGraph is a technical breakthrough representing the next stage in the graph database evolution, fulfilling the promise of the graph platform by tackling the toughest data challenges in real time. Unlike other solutions, TigerGraph scales real-time multi-hop queries up to trillions of relationships. The result is maximum business insight to help enterprises create new value chains and opportunities.