Objectivity was founded for the purpose of enabling organizations to build and deploy mission-critical applications involving the most complex data. Objectivity pioneered and powers high-performance, distributed graph analytic platforms to achieve this purpose at enterprise scale.
Through the use of Objectivity’s products, enterprise and government organizations are able to attain new levels of agility by enriching their big data assets with fast, streaming data. Customers deploy solutions leveraging our products’ support of objects and the relationships between them to model physical and intangible entities in the real world, such as people, equipment, places, geoscience entities, organizations, buildings, and design elements across various systems and processes.
The company provides two unique products that enable organizations to build high-performance graph analytics platforms - ThingSpan and Objectivity/DB.
Forward-looking organizations use Objectivity’s products across industry verticals, such as Government (national security, military, and law enforcement), Oil & Gas (geoscience analytics, predictive maintenance), Manufacturing (semiconductor, industrial equipment, aerospace), and Transportation & Logistics (rail transport and trucking).
ThingSpan is an enterprise, distributed graph platform designed for analytics and relationship discovery at speed and scale. ThingSpan excels at handling highly connected, complex data to find connections and provide answers you cannot uncover any other way. ThingSpan is integrated with industry-standard open-source technologies like Apache Spark, Kafka, YARN, and Hadoop.
Objectivity/DB is a database purpose-built to support distributed architectures and complex data management requirements, including high-speed data ingest, data fusion and correlation, massively parallel processing, relationship analytics and graph traversal. With Objectivity/DB, you can manage your data, rather than your data management system.
InfiniteGraph is a highly specialized graph database. Its features and functions have been migrated into ThingSpan.