Tom Sawyer Perspectives, Version 4.0, Introduces an Advanced, Data-driven, Graphics Architecture and Integration With InfiniteGraph

The Tom Sawyer release of Perspectives 4.0, integrates with Objectivity’s graph database, InfiniteGraph, and offers advanced, data-driven, graphics architecture with greater flexibility at run-time to enhance the user experience for both building and using visualization and analysis applications.

 

To read the full announcement visit Tom Sawyer Software.

Nextgen Distribution And Objectivity, Inc. Announce Strategic Partnership To Address Australian Big Data Marketplace

Newly Appointed Distributor to Expand Technological Reach into Vital Australian marketplace Via Relationship Analytics Tool InfiniteGraph

Sydney, Aust. and Sunnyvale, Calif. — February 13, 2012 – Nextgen Distribution and Objectivity, Inc, the enterprise NOSQL leader, today announced the signing of a strategic distribution agreement between the companies to offer leading-edge, real-time, Big Data and relationship analytics technology.

Recently appointed as a new Oracle Value Added Distributor forAustralia, Nextgen’s strategy is to partner with vendors in the Australian Market that enhance the Oracle “Red Stack”.

“InfiniteGraph will provide Australian enterprises and government organizations with a deeper level of business intelligence by mapping the relationships and connections between all types of data (structured, semi-structured and unstructured) within big datasets in real-time,” said John Walters, Nextgen Distribution Managing Director. “InfiniteGraph is the leading enterprise NOSQL graph technology, and we look forward to integrating them into our solutions portfolio for the Australian market.”

“The growing complexity of Big Data in today’s market has brought to light challenges, as well as the opportunity to rediscover and redefine the database and it’s analytical capabilities. InfiniteGraph enables existing database technologies with real-time, deep analysis of highly complex relationships and connections between all types of data to reveal big picture solutions within Big Data,” said Jay Jarrell, CEO, Objectivity, Inc.  “Objectivity is excited to be working with Nextgen to extend the accessibility of our highly scalable and distributed graph database technology, InfiniteGraph, into Asia Pacific via the thriving and mature Australian market.”

InfiniteGraph’s Chief Architect Darren Wood, an Australian native and graduate of UTSSydney, will be inAustralia, along with the president and CEO, Jay Jarrell in early March to help Nextgen launch InfiniteGraph.

About Nextgen Distribution

Nextgen Distribution Pty Limited (Nextgen) is a new technology distribution company, that was appointed in September, 2011 as Oracle’s new value added distributor for their products including servers, storage, database, middleware and application offerings inAustralia.  Nextgen was created to support Oracle’s growth in the Australian IT channel, thereby seeking to deliver the highest value to Oracle and to the Oracle partner community. Nextgen will also represent additional enterprise technology vendors that compliment and leverage the Oracle “Red Stack”.

Nextgen’s business is built on agility and responsiveness; relationships and integrity; and on executing innovative channel programs. Nextgen has built a team of experienced staff in both the sales and technical areas to ensure that value is added to the Channel.

Managing Director, John Walters has a long history in the Australian technology distribution market, having held senior executive positions in a number of local and global distributors represented in Australia.

About Objectivity, Inc.

Since 1988 Objectivity, Inc. has been the Enterprise NoSQL leader, helping customers harness the power of Big Data. Objectivity simplifies complex data enabling organizations to discover hidden relationships and develop applications with significant time-to-market advantages and technical cost savings, achieving greater return on data related investments.

InfiniteGraph is a unique distributed, scalable, graph database that facilitates large-scale, fast graph processing, data analytics and discovery of information around mission critical enterprise requirements. The company’s core data technology, Objectivity/DB, provides distributed and scalable data and object management.

Objectivity, Inc. is committed to their customers’ success. The company has representation worldwide, and works directly with organizations, integrators and technical teams to recommend solutions and support options specifically tailored to each customer’s unique requirements. Our customers include: AWD Financial, CUNA Mutual, Drager Medical, Ericcson, McKesson, IPL, Siemens and the US Department of Defense.  For more information on how Objectivity can help you discover your data visit www.objectivity.com.

InfiniteGraph and IPL Combine World Class Consulting, Engineering and Analytics into Custom Government and Enterprise Solutions

Sunnyvale CA and London, UK – November 22, 2011 InfiniteGraph and IPL today announced a collaboration to combine consulting, engineering and analytics expertise into custom solutions for several vertical industries including government and large enterprises.  Together the companies bring more than fifty years of critical experience at managing and capturing transformational activity and advance database technologies to deliver a new level of relational business intelligence and analytics in a single deployment.

“Because of InfiniteGraph, we are able to provide our customers with a deeper level of Business Intelligence by mapping the relationship between, people, locations, and big datasets in near real-time,” said David Shepherd, IPL Director of Aerospace and Defence. “At a macro-level this kind of global insight and intelligence is invaluable for companies that need to connect the dots immediately, anywhere in the world.  On a micro-level our collaboration brings clarity and flexibility to leveraging petabytes of data at the blink of an eye.”

For more than thirty years, IPL has been an IT Services market leader combining expert consulting and advanced engineering to the Aerospace & Defense, Banking & Finance, Civil Government and Telecom & Digital Media. Intelligently leveraging the power of the NoSQL movement, this alliance brings worldwide customers cutting edge solutions with a tested approach that tailors to the needs of each industry.

Now customers with the critical need to meet the growing demand for relational analytics will receive fully supported, commercial and highly reliable solutions that can withstand an ever growing volume of data, both in terms of size and complexity, and the challenge of how to extract more meaning from the data.

“Working with IPL makes a lot of sense for our joint customers,” says Gary Smith, Objectivity Director, Strategic Business – EMEA. “Their focus on many of our key market verticals insures a good understanding of the technologies and requirements for a successful project.”

About IPL

IPL – Information Processing Limited – is a software development and consultancy company, established in 1979, based in Bath and has 260 employees. IPL prides itself on its professional and reliable approach to software development, delivering ‘right first time’ solutions which significantly reduce Total Cost of Ownership. IPL’s quality, environmental and information security management systems are certificated to ISO 9001/TickIT, 14001 and 27001. IPL provides enterprise level solutions for major industry sectors including aerospace and defence, banking and finance, emergency services, government, telecoms and media.  IPL’s clients include Nationwide, BT, ITV, Thales and Sony.

About InfiniteGraph

InfiniteGraph, a product of Objectivity, is a unique distributed scalable, NOSQL graph database enabling large-scale, fast graph processing, data analytics and discovery of information around mission critical enterprise requirements.  Organizations use InfiniteGraph to discover complex relationships in data and develop applications with significant time-to-market advantages, technical cost savings and achieve greater return on data related investments by connecting the dots on a global scale.

About Objectivity, Inc.

Objectivity, Inc. simplifies complex data enabling organizations to discover hidden relationships and develop applications with significant time-to-market advantages and technical cost savings, achieving greater return on data related investments. The company’s core data technology Objectivity/DB, provides distributed and scalable data and object management.

Objectivity, Inc. is committed to their customers’ success.  The company has offices and representatives worldwide, and works directly with organizations, integrators and technical teams to recommend solutions and support options specifically tailored to each customer’s project and technical requirements.  Please contact Objectivity, Inc. online at www.objectivity.com or call (408) 992-7100 for more information.

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Note to editors: Objectivity, Objectivity, Inc., Objectivity/DB and InfiniteGraph are trademarks of Objectivity, Inc.  All other company, organization, product or alliance names mentioned herein remain the property of their respective owners.

InfiniteGraph Announces Winners For Developer Challenge

InfiniteGraph Announces Winners For Developer Challenge

SUNNYVALE, Calif. — November 15, 2011 — InfiniteGraph, the number one commercial, distributed and scalable graph database, announced today the winners of its latest developer challenge.

InfiniteGraph Developer Contest

The contest challenged developers to create next-generation social and information network analysis applications—whether a better social network or a solution for more relevant advertising and location-based services—leveraging InfiniteGraph’s API.  Final submissions were due before Monday, October 17, 2011.  The first prize winner will be awarded $12,000 worth of Apple products, computer equipment and entertainment gear, with runners-up receiving $1,500 Apple Store gift cards.

Winners include:

 

(1.) FIRST PRIZE: InfiniteCommits” was developed by William Cheung and allows users of GitHub to quickly obtain useful information that isn’t currently available through the GitHub web interface.  This application uses Play (a rapid Java and Scala web development framework) to generate a report of the most active files in a GitHub repository, while using InfiniteGraph’s Data Visualizer to see the latest changes and notes associated with each change.

GitHub is among the most popular services providing commercial organizations and open source developers with a secure, hosted, Git version control system.  Git was originally developed by Linux creator Linus Torvalds, and hosts numerous high profile projects including the Linux kernel, Ruby on Rails, jQuery, Diaspora and thousands of other projects, including some originating from the development efforts of Amazon, Facebook and other notable companies.

William Cheung says, “As a busy developer, I often don’t have time to keep up with all the changes in my favorite GitHub projects.  Knowing which files have had the most commits in the last week helps me zero in on the pulse of the project.”

A public screencast tutorial for InfiniteCommits is available here:
http://screencast.com/t/GYI7dz9Jh9B

(2.) Second prize:  “Find a Safe Home to Live” by Mustafa Musa Ulker and Huseyin Mert.  Anyone looking to buy a new home may also be interested in this application, which allows users to search real estate listings and see a risk score associated with each property.  Using this system, prospective buyers could obtain a complete insight of a home, through the near real-time calculation of risk scores based on state law enforcement and criminal records, crime statistics, environmental data including earthquakes, hurricanes and other natural disaster information, traffic and accident statistics, and virtually any other data available.

(3.) Third prize:  “Call Graph Analysis” by Vimal Kumar.  This application is another developer-focused tool that helps analyze “call graphs” extracted from large code-bases.  Call graphs are a basic program analysis result that can be used for human understanding of programs, or as a basis for further analyses, such as an analysis that tracks the flow of values between procedures.

Vimal’s application uses InfiniteGraph to explore millions or billions of lines of code, and then quickly find all the connections and relationships between countless functions contained within the code.  This gives developers the ability to quickly understand and visualize the most complex structures and interactions among different software modules, which is incredibly useful not only in their work, but for training new code contributors, or as a visual aid for debugging and testing purposes.

More details on this entry can be found here:
http://igsubmission.heroku.com/about.html

Congratulations!

“The winners of our Developer Challenge were able to build very interesting applications in a very short amount of time, which highlights the value of finding and leveraging complex relationships between virtually any type of object or thing,” said Jay Jarrell, president and CEO of Objectivity, Inc.  “With InfiniteGraph’s simple yet powerful API, organizations can more easily connect the dots hidden in virtually any type and amount of data, and obtain the deeper insights they need, in real-time.  Whether these connections are between people, topics of interest, etc., social graphs, network data, and large amounts of data are having a major impact on how our customers need to analyze information. That’s where we can help.”

About Objectivity, Inc.

Objectivity, Inc. simplifies complex data enabling organizations to discover hidden relationships and develop applications with significant time-to-market advantages and technical cost savings, achieving greater return on data related investments.

InfiniteGraph is a unique distributed, massively scalable, graph database that facilitates large-scale, fast graph processing, data analytics and discovery of information around mission critical enterprise requirements by connecting the dots on a global scale. The company’s core data technology, Objectivity/DB, provides distributed and scalable data and object management.

Objectivity, Inc. is committed to their customers’ success. The company has offices and representatives worldwide, and works directly with organizations, integrators and technical teams to recommend solutions and support options specifically tailored to each customer’s project and technical requirements. Please contact Objectivity, Inc. online or call (408) 992-7100 for more information.

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Note to editors: Objectivity, Objectivity, Inc., Objectivity/DB and InfiniteGraph are trademarks of Objectivity, Inc. All other company, organization, product or alliance names mentioned herein remain the property of their respective owners.

Students Circle Network Selects InfiniteGraph to Enhance Educational Offering

New customer highlights InfiniteGraph’s strengths in navigating social graphs and utilizing distributed data collected from networks of individuals

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Sunnyvale, CA – October 25, 2010 – InfiniteGraph, a business unit of Objectivity, Inc. and developer of data technologies enabling advanced relationship analytics, today announced that Students Circle Network, an educational social network for college and high school students, will use InfiniteGraph to support the social networking aspects of the entire Students Circle Network platform and potential connections to Facebook and Twitter systems in the future.  Students Circle Network is a member of the new InfiniteGraph Startup Program, which makes the software available free to qualified organizations using cloud platforms such as GoGrid and others being added to the program in coming weeks.

Having started the Students Circle Network as a personal project, founder Gospel “Gossy” Ukanwoke almost immediately began to receive requests for more services from a growing base of users, making connections to numerous universities in several countries almost overnight. Students Circle Network (www.studentscircle.net) has indexed more than 10,000 courses from over 200 OpenCourseWare member universities across the globe. The social network – which provides students with free course resources and materials, live faculty help, teaching and lecture materials to students, scholarship offers and study groups – will support studies in business, information technology, engineering and computing, architecture and design, science and humanities, and more.  The number of users is expected to grow from 1500 to beyond 150,000 by the end of 2011.

“The InfiniteGraph Startup Program has given us the opportunity to develop this project in the area of social graph, using a very strong ‘NOSQL’ database,” said Gossy Ukanwoke, founder of Students Circle Network.  “Students Circle is preparing for growth right now, and the InfiniteGraph team is providing us with the technical and business resources that will help us at every step and ensure we are ready for the future.”

The online presence for Students Circle Network, StudentsCircle.net, will utilize distributed, highly available commodity CentOS Linux servers and network resources from a leading cloud platform host. Instances of mySQL will be employed to serve web content and course materials through PHP, IX and Java programmed systems. Because such a large growth trajectory is anticipated for Students Circle Network, the organization wants to “future proof” its development efforts by incorporating a highly-scalable and distributed data persistence technology that will continue to support its growth and increasing requirements indefinitely. This combination of cloud computing and scalable technologies is helping Students Circle to serve their audience without worrying about getting popular; to grow without fear of growing.

“Students Circle Network had enormous potential to be an extremely popular and valuable educational social network,” said Jay Jarrell, Objectivity’s president and CEO. “It will be exciting to watch them grow and succeed knowing that our graph database product, InfiniteGraph, will play such a pivotal role in its technology infrastructure.  We’re thrilled to be working with them.”

About Students Circle Network

Students Circle Network, a start-up based in Kyrenia, Turkey, was founded in 2010; it is educational social network that provides free course resources/materials, live faculty/teacher/lecturer help, scholarship offers, study groups and many more services to college and high school students across the globe.  Students Circle has a current index of nearly 10,500 free and live courses from more than 200 OpenCourseWare member universities across the globe.  Courses in Business, Computing, Engineering,  Sciences and Humanities will be offered.

About InfiniteGraph

InfiniteGraph is a distributed, scalable graph database and developer API which enables large-scale graph processing, data analytics and discovery in systems and services developed around social networking, business intelligence, scientific research, national security and other advanced, mission critical requirements. InfiniteGraph offers a unique, graph database solution based on a highly-scalable, distributed data persistence technology that has been deployed in some of the most advanced and mission-critical enterprise and government systems in operation today. Organizations can use this solution to discover complex relationships in their data and develop applications with significant time-to-market advantages and technical cost savings.

A NOSQL Evening Palo Alto

A NOSQL Evening Palo Alto will be the next event in the series of conferences on “NOSQL” (or “Not Only SQL”) sponsored by InfiniteGraph. Tim Anglade, founder of A NOSQL Summer, will be hosting the evening discussion and Q&A with representatives from some of the most prominent NOSQL vendors and projects. The topics will look back on the origins of the movement and its growing pains, discuss the current technological & business states, as well as look ahead to the opportunities for improvement and expansion.

For those curious about an emerging tech industry and the non-relational revolution in data management and processing, please come join us for a unique evening at Dinah’s Garden Hotel, in Palo Alto, California.
Panelist speakers by alphabetical order

  • 10gen: Roger Bodamer — SVP, Products and Engineering
  • Basho: Andy Gross — Vice President of Engineering
  • CouchOne (formerly CouchIO): Mikeal Rogers — Employee Number One
  • Cloudant: Mike Miller — Co-Founder and Chief Scientist
  • Cloudera: TBD
  • GoGrid: Paul Lancaster — Business Development Manager
  • InfiniteGraph: Warren Davidson — Director, Business Development and Strategic Alliances
  • NorthScale: James Phillips — Co-Founder and Senior Vice President, Products
  • Riptano: Jonathan Ellis — Founder
  • Scality: Randy Parker — Sr. Director, North America

Space is limited, please register and RSVP today.

When: Tuesday, October 26, 6pm-10:00pm

Where: 4261 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA

What:

  • 6:00pm: Doors open. Mingle over drinks and appetizers.
  • 7:00-10:00pm: Discussion and Q&A with the panel with a break in the middle (coffee, fruit and cookies will be available at the break).

Note: InfiniteGraph will be hosting a dinner afterwards for the panelists and their invited guests. Event attendees are welcome to join us in the Hotel Cabana restaurant across from the conference location.