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Siemens and metaphacts are among the first Amazon Neptune users and show several use cases for enterprise knowledge graphs using the new service and metaphactory.
At AWS re:Invent, Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced Amazon Neptune, a new fully managed graph database service that makes it easy to build and run applications that work with highly connected datasets.
In a joint presentation on Friday Dec 1, Siemens and metaphacts will provide details on how they use Amazon Neptune, standalone graph stores, and the metaphactory platform to drive use cases for enterprise knowledge graphs. Leveraging this combined solution, Siemens powers an intelligent knowledge hub combining structured and unstructured data from different sources and business units in a unified data space. This knowledge hub can also be used as a smart knowledge factory generating new knowledge.
"We are looking forward to investigate Amazon Neptune in depth and we are glad to have a partner in metaphacts which understands our data management needs and has supported us in driving knowledge graph use cases for our business and for our customers", says Thomas Hubauer, Portfolio Project Manager for Knowledge Graph & Semantics at Siemens Corporate Technology.
For the German version of the press release please click here »