Applications and devices are generating a flood of data that is increasingly dense, highly interconnected and generally unstructured. Social Media is an obvious example where massive amounts of complex data, such as videos, photos and voice recordings are created daily, but there are many other domains where this applies. Markets such as Healthcare, Security, Telecom and Finance are also facing the pain of managing complex, interconnected and real-time information to stay competitive and maintain performance, security, business intelligence and ROI opportunities. .

This type of data of highly-connected entities, some are referring to as the future “Internet of Things”, is not easily managed using a traditional relational databases; emerging technologies and especially graph databases are rising to address these natural graph problems. Using an enterprise-ready, distributed graph database that is complementary to existing architectures, such as InfiniteGraph™, enables organizations to easily store, manage and search the connections and relationships within data and perform rapid analysis in real-time. InfiniteGraph is a distributed, scalable, high-performance graph database that supports developers and companies seeking to identify and utilize the relationships and connections in massive data sets. InfiniteGraph reduces the time needed to discover these connections from days using standard SQL technologies to a matter of seconds.

Given the explosion of data all around us and the increasing need for solutions that can discover and extract value from the relationships within that data, we have developed this comprehensive Software Reviewer’s Guide to help you get started with InfiniteGraph 3.1.

InfiniteGraph 3.1 Software Reviewer’s Guide

This guide takes you step by step from installing InfiniteGraph to navigating your very own graph.

You can download InfiniteGraph 3.1 for free at

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