Silicon Angle mentions Neo4j and what they are calling graph processing. Good to understand. Will be looking at the reported update. See their introductory piece. Most interested in how this improves the use of data by analytics.
What you missed in Big Data: graph processing and machine learning by Maria Deutscher
Most traditional data management products aren’t equipped to handle the increasingly complex and diverse information that is flowing into the corporate network these days. As a result, organizations are turning to new solutions like Neo4j. The widely used graph store, which sets itself apart by providing the ability to easily log the relationships among records, received a major update last week that promises to streamline large-scale analytics initiatives. ... "
See also this piece by Jim Webber on the universality of the graph space. Nicely done.