The recently improved search results display is now ready for you to kick the tires. Read on to hear about what we've changed.
The Lumify team is hard at work spreading the word about our big data analysis & visualization platform, and now we need your help to get Lumify in front of the largest audience so far.
Joe Ferner, Senior Software Engineer at Altamira, gave a tech talk last week on SecureGraph, describing how it supports authorizations, visibility strings, multivalued properties, and property metadata as Lumify's graph database.
Charlie Greenbacker, Altamira's Director of Data Science, recently gave a meetup presentation on how natural language processing (NLP) tools are used in Lumify to enrich the text content of ingested data and automatically discover connections.
Charlie Greenbacker, Altamira's Director of Data Science, will give a conference presentation on Lumify's geospatial capabilities at Location Intelligence 2014 in Washington, D.C. on May 20.
Read a brief explanation of how Lumify tackles auditing and how we designed a data model in Accumulo to store audit records.
We recently submitted an abstract to give a presentation on Lumify at the 2014 Hadoop Summit in San Jose. I figured it wouldn't hurt to post it here on our blog as a shorter version of an earlier article "What is Lumify?"
One of the demo scenarios we've been developing to showcase the capabilities of Lumify is based on the various terrorist networks threatening the upcoming Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. See how Lumify can help stop potential attacks.
It seems fitting that the first post to the Lumify blog spend some time explaining what Lumify is. What problem does Lumify address? What are the key concepts? What can you do with Lumify? Read the full post for answers to these questions and more.