Category Archives: In The News

This area is where we post news and reviews about InfiniteGraph from external news sites and technology blogs.

GigaOm talks about InfiniteGraph and NOSQLTapes

Here’s another piece from GigaOm’s Derrick Harris, who is diving into NOSQL’s new and innovative solutions, from both a technology and business perspective. “The challenge for NoSQL members going forward — if they care to — will be to keep the community spirit strong as commercial interests grow even stronger. Given the relative immaturity of […]

GigaOm’s Derrick Harris Discusses Objectivity, InfiniteGraph and NOSQL

Here’s a good writeup from GigaOm, on the NOSQL landscape and Objectivity, Inc.’s graph database offering. “Much of the world still hasn’t caught onto graph databases and how they might be used, but the mania around social networking is changing that fast. Rather than merely inventorying data to serve an application or to or query […]

Q&A with InfiniteGraph and ODBMS.ORG

InfiniteGraph’s chief architect, Darren Wood, spoke with ODBMS.ORG editor Prof. Roberto V. Zicari last week, about the graph database and NOSQL landscape of technologies. “Although NoSQL has been broadly categorized as a collection of Graph, Document, Key-Value, and BigTable style data stores, it is really a collection of alternatives which are best defined by the […]

Matt Aslett, Senior Enterprise Software Analyst, The 451 Group, Showcases Objectivity, Inc.’s NOSQL Graph Database, InfiniteGraph.

Report Highlights Wider Demand for Analysis of Relationships and Connections in Complex Data Sets The 451 Group, a leading independent technology and industry analyst organization focused on innovations supporting the enterprise, has just released a new Market Insight report which highlights the market trends around large-scale graph data processing, and the growing enterprise needs in […]

An Interview with Warren Davidson

Jeremy Geelan, president of Cloud Expo, Inc. and executive producer on SYS-CON.TV, interviewed Warren Davidson, director of business development and strategic alliances for InfiniteGraph, at Cloud Expo New York 2010. The interview was taped back in April, just before we kicked off our beta program, and was just posted by the SYS-CON.TV folks a couple weeks ago. Interview […]

Our GlueCon presentation mentioned on

Got a mention on an excellent resource, High Scalability. GlueCon gathers many of the cloud industry’s innovative leaders, to bring insight to the community. Darren Wood is one of the industry’s experienced graph database architects who has implemented real-world solutions. His presentation, cited on High Scalability, provides insights on how distributed graph databases will solve […]

Curt Monash interviews Darren Wood on InfiniteGraph

Curt Monash has written a great, in-depth review of InfiniteGraph. He spoke with InfiniteGraph’s lead architect, Darren Wood, last week and his write-up is available here. Curt Monash is one of the top analysts and strategic advisors in the software industry. We look forward to more conversations with him in the future!

Gluecon 2010: A Chat With Objectivity About ‘InfiniteGraph’

May 29, 2010 Gluecon 2010: A Chat With Objectivity About ‘InfiniteGraph’ Graeme Thickins, Tech Surf Blog “Schmoozing over coffee and rolls around the vendor tables, I ran into my buddy Dave Fauth, who was chatting with Warren Davidson, director of biz dev at Objectivity, about their new InfiniteGraph database. The company describes it as “the […]

Graph DB Ecosystem Grows – Objectivity Introduces InfiniteGraph

May 26, 2010 Graph DB Ecosystem Grows – Objectivity Introduces InfiniteGraph. By Mitchell Pronsc, DZone Architect Zone

NoSQL relationship graph straddles six degrees of separation. Kevin Bacon and you.

May 26, 2010 NoSQL relationship graph straddles six degrees of separation. Kevin Bacon and you. By Gavin Clarke, The Register “The company’s started beta testing its NoSQL InfiniteGraph graph database and API, which it said can search billions of connections and relationships in massive volumes of complex data. The beta is due to run six weeks, […]