Big Graph Workloads Need Big Cloud Hardware, Katana Graph Says

According to Gartner, graph technologies will be used in 80% of data and analytics innovations by 2025, a significant increase from the 10% used in 2021. One of the companies hoping to capture a piece of this booming market is Katana Graph, which is carving a spot for itself by developing a graph database platform that can leverage advances in distributed hardware to crunch big graph workloads.

Developers can program workflows in Katana Graph using Cypher, the graph programming language originally developed by Neo4j and subsequently open sourced. Many graph databases vendors support Cypher.

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