ArangoDB join our Technology Alliance

6th July, 2017 Estimated reading time 2–2 minutes

We’re proud to welcome ArangoDB, creators of the highly available multi-model NoSQL database, to the Cambridge Intelligence Technology Alliance.

Our recent tutorial shows how to integrate KeyLines and ArangoDB seamlessly to create powerful and scalable data visualization and exploration tools.

We’ll work closely with the ArangoDB team and provide resources so you can get the best out of your KeyLines-ArangoDB project. Both technologies put you – the developer – in the driving seat, and let you build and deploy data analysis and visualization applications quickly and with confidence.

“ArangoDB and KeyLines make a great combination,” said our commercial director, Corey Lanum. “To truly understand and use their data, people need to see it. KeyLines makes it easy and intuitive to visually explore the big data stored in ArangoDB, helping users throughout the enterprise to uncover its hidden insights and make better decisions.”

Interested in learning more? Get in touch.

About ArangoDB

ArangoDB is the leading native multi-model database offering graphs, key/value pairs and documents in one core and with one query language. Native multi-model enables performance on any shape of data at scale. With traversals, shortest path, pattern matching, Pregel and SmartGraphs ArangoDB offers a complete package to answer graph-related questions. For small and massive datasets ArangoDB provides a solid backbone and KeyLines a seamless integration for gaining insights into your graph data.

The Cambridge Intelligence Technology Alliance is formed of industry-leading organizations whose products and services complement our own offering. Existing members include Microsoft Services, Neo Technologies and DataStax. They share our mission to help people understand complex connected data, and offer high quality tools that can be seamlessly integrated with our own.

For more information, contact Andrew Disney.

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