Today, Objectivity, a leader in distributed, scalable data management technology, delivered a press release about InfiniteGraph, a new distributed graph database product which is now available on GoGrid.
About Objectivity & InfiniteGraph
Objectivity, Inc., the leader in distributed, scalable data management technology, formed the InfiniteGraph business unit in 2010. The team was tasked with creating a product to meet a global need to obtain real-time answers from deep analysis of very large volumes of complex data.
The InfiniteGraph team has developed a solution that gives organizations significant technical cost savings and time-to-market advantages, in developing advanced and large-scale social networking, business intelligence, scientific research and national security systems across highly distributed environments. InfiniteGraph is unique among other products in the marketplace, providing a high-performance, distributed graph database with virtually unlimited scalability.
The InfiniteGraph graph database leverages enterprise-proven technology that supports the highest graph computing requirements, helping partners and customers to find and utilize the valuable connections and multi-dimensional relationships that exist within their data.
InfiniteGraph on the GoGrid Exchange
InfiniteGraph is the Distributed Graph Database for the Cloud. It supports the advanced requirements of web-scale systems and beyond, due to its unique distributed architecture and virtually unlimited scalability. InfiniteGraph’s massively parallel processing capabilities also help applications achieve near linear performance gains with every compute node. These features make InfiniteGraph the ideal solution for handling big data and graph requirements in highly connected but distributed platforms, enterprise and government infrastructures. For more information, please visit: http://www.infinitegraph.com/product/
Currently InfiniteGraph is available within GoGrid as 4 images, specifically:
- RedHat Enterprise Linux 5.4 (32-bit)
- RedHat Enterprise Linux 5.4 (64-bit)
- Windows Server 2008 (32-bit)
- Windows Server 2008 (64-bit)
Also, Objectivity announced a new program called “The InfiniteGraph Startup Program” which is free for qualified startups (see here for more details). Apart from the standard GoGrid hosting costs, qualified startups can use InfiniteGraph for FREE.
Objectivity & InfiniteGraph Press Release
The following Press Release was sent out today by Objectivity and is available online as well:
InfiniteGraph and GoGrid to Enable Large-Scale Graph Data Processing and Discovery, Free for Qualified Startups
The program will allow developers to build complex data analytics systems on virtually unlimited infrastructure, at no extra cost.
Sunnyvale, CA (Vocus) July 26, 2010
InfiniteGraph, a new, distributed graph database product that enables large-scale graph processing, data analytics and discovery, is being made available through GoGrid, a leading Cloud Infrastructure Hosting provider. The InfiniteGraph business unit of Objectivity, Inc. is working with GoGrid to offer the technology for free to developers and solution providers seeking to leverage cloud infrastructures. InfiniteGraph is the only solution of its kind to be made available on GoGrid or any cloud computing platform.
The InfiniteGraph Startup Program, free for qualified startups, will allow developers to build highly scalable and distributed systems and services around social networking, business intelligence, scientific research and more, at no cost beyond GoGrid’s standard platform usage rates. The InfiniteGraph distributed graph database product is currently in beta, and version 1.0 will be generally available at the end of July; the InfiniteGraph Startup Program on GoGrid will be launched shortly thereafter. Developers already have access to the beta software, and can get more information by visiting www.InfiniteGraph.com/GoGrid.
GoGrid is a Global Leader in Cloud & Hybrid Infrastructure hosting. GoGrid enables sysadmins, developers, and IT professionals to create, deploy, and control free f5 load balanced cloud infrastructures and complex hosted virtual server networks with full root access/administrative server control. GoGrid physical and virtual server instances maintain industry standard specifications with no requirement to learn proprietary standards. Deploying GoGrid infrastructure takes minutes via a web control panel or GoGrid’s API. GoGrid gives users the control of a familiar datacenter environment with the flexibility and immediate scalability of the cloud. For more information, please visit: http://www.GoGrid.com.
InfiniteGraph’s uniquely distributed graph database solution enables commercial, enterprise, government and other organizations to discover complex relationships in their vast and highly distributed data, with significant time-to-market advantages and technical cost savings.
About Objectivity, Inc.
Objectivity, Inc. is the leader in distributed, scalable data management technology. The company’s patented distributed data engine and persistent object store is the enabling technology within many markets, powering some of the most complex applications and mission critical systems used in commercial, enterprise, government and research organizations today. Objectivity, Inc. is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, USA. Please contact them online or call (408) 992-7100 for more information.
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.
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