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TigerGraph Celebrates Record-Breaking Year Of Growth As Demand For Fastest, Most Scalable Graph Analytics Platform Continues To Soar

Graph Database Leader Wraps Up 2018 with Record Customer Growth and Product Innovation; Announces New European Headquarters and Expanded Executive Team. Read more here.

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TigerGraph Carves a New Niche with $32 Million Funding, Market Expansion and Latest Product Launch

In a series of announcements that are backed by customer growth and unprecedented revenue boost, TigerGraph announced the general availability of TigerGraph Cloud, a new funding round worth $32 million. These are marked with new footprints in Europe with expansions in offices and senior leadership. As part of the expansive drive in its Operations, TigerGraph announced the appointment of Martin Darling as GM for EMEA and Zeljko Dodlek as director of sales for DACH. The company also announced the opening of new offices in Munich, Germany.

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Datanami

TigerGraph Cloud Goes Live as Firm Raises $32M

Companies that need the power of a graph database to solve tough analytics challenges in the fields like fraud detection or customer 360 can get up and running quickly with TigerGraph Cloud, a new cloud-based graph analytic service unveiled today by TigerGraph at the Strata Data Conference. The company also announced a $32-million Series B round, bringing its total funding to $65 million.

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TigerGraph’s cloud-native engine debuts as it raises $32M in new funding

Graph database startup TigerGraph Inc. today announced the general availability of a cloud-native version of its product that it announced nearly a year ago, adding a free trial option and a range of starter kits aimed at making graph technology accessible to a broader audience.

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Graph databases advance: TigerGraph announces $32 Million Series B Funding plus cloud-based platform

Graph databases have been the hottest area of data management for a while now. Today, this landscape shifts once again in the last few months.

Today TigerGraph announced the general availability of TigerGraph Cloud, dubbed the first native graph database-as-a-service, as well as $32 million in Series B funding. The investment, led by SIG, will boost TigerGraph’s global expansion, which TigerGraph notes is fueled by TigerGraph Cloud. This market is estimated to be worth more than $6 billion in 2022.

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techtarget

TigerGraph Cloud releases graph database as a service

With the general release of TigerGraph Cloud on Wednesday, TigerGraph introduced its first native graph database as a service.

In addition, the vendor announced that it secured $32 million in Series B funding, led by SIG.

TigerGraph, founded in 2012 and based in Redwood City, Ca., is a native graph database vendor whose products, first released in 2016, enable users to manage and access their data in different ways than traditional relational databases.

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‘What About Our Relationship?’ The Power of Graph

In the 1984 cult classic, “Repo Man,” the heroine Olivia Barash asks of hero Emilio Estevez, “What about our relationship?!” His response is not very romantic. Serious DM Radio fans know that our intro and outro music comes from the “Repo Man” soundtrack, specifically, Reel 10 by “The Plugz.” What brought all those great actors together? Probably karma, but these days, it could happen via graph technology. The powerful relationship-finding software uses nodes and edges to identify important relationships, like who knows whom, and where the key influencers are. “It’s all part of the plan!”

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The New Stack

The Power of Graph Technology for Marketing Medicine

For more complex products such as new pharmaceutical drugs, medical equipment or healthcare treatments, identifying hubs of influencers among physicians and other healthcare providers requires deep analysis of patient claims data to uncover the referral relationships.

Traditional analytics solutions built on relational databases require expensive joins among large tables containing prescriber, claims and patient data. It can take hours, sometimes days, to complete the database joins. This makes traditional analytics solutions unsuitable for this type of analysis.

Graph technology makes uncovering referral relationships much easier, as the patient, prescriber and claims data is pre-connected in the graph database.

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Why Experts See Graph Databases Headed for Mainstream Use

In naming graph DBs one of the 10 biggest data and analytics trends of 2019, Gartner predicted that the category will grow a whopping 100 percent annually through 2022 “due to the need to ask complex questions across complex data, which is not always practical or even possible at scale using SQL queries.” Believe the prognosticators or don’t believe them, the movement is in fact here, and the DBs are being sold.

A good data point here is that graph databases are being used in multiple industries, including financial services, pharmaceutical, health care, telecom, retail and government.

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dzone

GSQL for Cypher Users

A common question from the TigerGraph prospects who know Cypher and want to learn GSQL is “Do you have an example of the movie database from Neo4j?”. So, I thought it would be interesting to share an implementation of that movie database in GSQL as a learning resource. The idea is to provide a bridge for existing Cypher users to GSQL.

By Victor Moey, Originally posted on DZone

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