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TigerGraph, founded in 2012 and based in Redwood City, Ca., is a native graph database vendor whose products, first released in 2016, enable users to manage and access their data in different ways than traditional relational databases.

Before the release of TigerGraph Cloud, TigerGraph customers were able to take advantage of the power of graph databases, but they were largely on-premises users, and they had to do their own upgrades and oversee the management of the database themselves.

In addition to providing graph database management as a service and enabling users to move their data management to the cloud, TigerGraph Cloud provides customers an easy entry into graph-based data analysis.

Those vendors, however, have vast teams of software developers to build their own graph databases and teams of data scientists do their own graph-based data analysis, noted TigerGraph chief operating officer Todd Blaschka.

Classic graph database use cases such as fraud detection and recommendation systems should be much quicker to set up with a starter kit, therefore allowing non-specialists to get started.Donald FarmerPrincipal, TreeHive Strategy “It is the simplicity of setting up a graph, using the starter kits, which is their great advantage,”

Citing a report from Gartner, he said that 68% of graph database market growth will be in the cloud, while the graph database market as whole is forecast to have at least 100 percent year-over-year annual growth through 2022.

“The reason we’re seeing this growth so fast is that graph is the cornerstone for technologies such as machine learning, such as artificial intelligence, where you need large sets of data to find patterns to find insight that can drive those next-gen applications,”

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