grapholytic by MIOsoft is the leading approach to get the best results out of the combination of Graph DB and highly scalable object database architecture.
• support Neo4J’s Cypher programming language
• highly scalable object database architecture
• automatic based distribution of graphs to cluster nodes using advanced machine learning algorithms
• No Limits for scalability
• Binding Data to CPU power
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Small (<50 employees), Medium (50 to 1000 employees), Enterprise (>1001 employees)
grapholytic by MIOsoft is the leading approach to get the best results out of the combination of Graph DB and highly scalable object database architecture. It is the only database with automatic based distribution of graphs to cluster nodes using advanced machine learning algorithms. No Limits for scalability. Binding Data to CPU power: enabling parallel processing and advanced performance for analytical processing. Combining In-Memory Computation and Low Cost storage for enterprise computation scenarios.
Users do not want to write lines and lines of SQL code to find the nearest way between two places. Users do not want to execute dozens of JOIN operations to single out whom of pals are going to the same conference. And users do not want to wait for hours – or even minutes – to get results. Users want to write a quick query, execute it and look at the results while waiting for the Underground (or Subway, if preferred). grapholytic supports Neo4J’s Cypher programming language. MIOsoft’s unique approach to GraphDBs is surprisingly simple: use the database that is at its core object-oriented and context-based. Use it to get faster results. Make it easy to get accustomed to the concept of GraphDB – try it out for free! grapholytic excels if users use it together with MIOedge. Best of all: Users do not have to install anything. Everything is here for users as a simple to use PaaS. Get in contact with the grapholytic experts and find out how to set up a project! Experience the speed of grapholytic and play around with the graph(s) in the free version.