Graphileon to Support DataStax Enterprise Graph

DataStax, the company behind the leading database built on Apache Cassandra™, today announced a technology partnership with Graphileon to include support for DataStax Enterprise Graph (DSE Graph) on Graphileon’s application development platform. Developers using DSE Graph will now be able to leverage Graphileon’s platform for simpler coding and easier visualization of graph data.

DSE Graph enables enterprises to extract the full value of their data relationships. DSE Graph can be used to identify and analyze relationships between connected data to build powerful applications for fraud detection, customer 360, social networks, IoT, and real-time recommendations, and more. Optimized for storing billions of items and their relationships, DSE Graph incorporates continuous availability; linear scalability; advanced security; analytics and full text search; visual management and monitoring; and development tools.

The Graphileon application development framework comes with a large set of styleable user interface widgets like grids, maps, charts, treeviews, and network visualisations. In addition, Graphileon includes server components that allow for querying, I/O, sending and receiving API requests, iteration, timer-driven function execution, and security. Graphileon components and the triggers that link them are stored in a graph database, allowing for rapid and agile development, as well as easy visualisation of the application logic.

“By adding support for DSE Graph, we will make it simpler to visualize graph data that is stored and managed in the DataStax technology stack,” said Graphileon CEO Tom Zeppenfeldt. “With the continuing rise of graph technology, powered by companies like DataStax, more and more organisations recognize that graph is the way to go. Once convinced, they need solutions quickly. This is where we come in, by dramatically lowering the cost and decreasing the time to build dashboards and applications that provide real-time insights to improve decision-making.”

“This partnership will allow DSE Graph users of varying skill levels to maximize the full power of DSE Graph through Graphileon’s flexible, easy-to-use platform,” said Kathryn Erickson, Director of Strategic Partnerships at DataStax. “We’re very excited to see how developers capitalize on this new opportunity.”


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