Articles

Sep 26, 2022

Enabling Federated Querying & Analytics While Accelerating Machine Learning Projects

By logically connecting enterprise data, knowledge graphs identify key data elements that make sense to the business. In fact, analytics applications that point to an enterprise knowledge graph powered semantic data layer offer end users better and faster services by reaching directly into the data lake. Knowledge graphs can also make it simpler to feed sound and rich data into ML algorithms.

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Press Releases

Sep 23, 2022

Stardog Joins Databricks Partner Connect

The new integration makes it easy for organizations to add a unified semantic layer atop Databricks to accelerate data analytics for faster, more data-informed decisions

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Awards

Sep 22, 2022

Stardog Named to the Big Data 50: Companies Driving Innovation in 2022

Big Data Quarterly presents 2022s “Big Data 50,” a list of companies driving innovation and expanding what is possible in terms of collecting, storing, and extracting value from data.

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Awards

Aug 24, 2022

Stardog a Finalist in DBTA Readers’ Choice Awards 2022

Stardog named a finalist in the 2022 DBTA Readers’ Choice Awards.

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Articles

Aug 10, 2022

Key Enterprise Knowledge Graph Examples for Data Quality Success

Enterprise knowledge graphs can help enforce data integrity, improve data correctness, and ensure data consistency. With these safeguards in place, organizations and end-users can clean up their data and rest easy knowing they are receiving complete and accurate results that they can use to solve their business needs.

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Press Releases

Aug 9, 2022

Stardog Strengthens Enterprise-Grade Security to Knowledge Graph in the Cloud

Achievement of SOC 2 Type 1 compliance validates Stardog as a trusted semantic layer for enterprise data and analytics.

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Articles

Jul 20, 2022

How Semantic-Based Knowledge Graphs Accelerate the Value of Data Lakes

Whether performing advanced analytics to drive decision-making or modeling complex relationships against data that is both too wide and big to describe people, places, things, and how they relate, knowledge graphs are making a difference in how information is found, used, and leveraged.

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