Tracing a Solution to Enterprise Data Problems
It is important to be able to not only discover connections but explain them to your stakeholders. The ability to identify all links between seemingly unrelated data is called traceability. Learn how graph makes this easier than the relational model.
What is a Data Fabric?
Traditional data management strategies centered around relational data systems are fundamentally broken. Enterprise data fabrics offer a new way forward allowing organizations to shift from reactive to responsive data strategies.
Using Knowledge Graphs to Achieve Operational Resilience
The way to fill the gap between where most organizations’ data systems are today and operational resilience is a broad, reusable data layer that unifies information and identifies relationships between various assets.
Create your Digital Twin with an Enterprise Knowledge Graph
To succeed with a digital twin strategy, you need a machine-understandable model of the business. That’s where an Enterprise Knowledge Graph platform like Stardog comes into play.
Ericsson’s Connected Logistics Chain — a New Vision for the Modern Supply Chain
Ericsson combines their expertise in communications technology and network design with a Stardog knowledge graph to create the Connected Logistics Chain, a new global shipping platform.
Data Complexities of Manufacturing
Manufacturing any successful product requires overcoming a lot of logistical barriers. Stardog is a great way to make sure your data isn’t one of them.
Manufacturing and supply chain use cases love Stardog’s Knowledge Graph platform. Let’s dive in!