Deloitte and DataStax Announce Alliance to Help Organizations Create Value from Data Through Graph Technology
NEW YORK and SANTA CLARA, Calif., Nov. 29, 2017 — Deloitte Consulting LLP today announced an alliance with DataStax, the leader in data management for cloud applications, to help organizations analyze and visualize their vast amounts of operational data.
The first go-to-market solution from the Deloitte alliance with DataStax is MissionGraph, an interactive, cloud-based tool that illuminates connections across large, disparate data sets to enable clients to uncover valuable real-time, actionable insights.
MissionGraph enables organizations to fuse innovative data, analytics and technologies to improve fraud detection, risk analysis, link analysis and business operations. MissionGraph has already been deployed for use by the federal government and is under implementation in a state government. It is now available for commercial application.
"Most of the problems facing our clients today involve a complex web of people, places and events," said Mark White, principal with Deloitte Consulting LLP. "MissionGraph helps discover the contextual relationships among these entities, and it enables users to explore and understand these relationships through an intuitive interface to evaluate their data and take action based on the results."
"DSE Graph is the first graph database powerful enough to scale to massive datasets, while offering advanced integrated tools capable of deep analytical queries," said Steve Rowland, president at DataStax. "We are thrilled to work with Deloitte to help organizations better understand and interpret their mission-critical data through our graph technology."
Deloitte and DataStax will showcase the power of Graph data analytics live Nov. 30 at the CEB Waterview Conference Center in Arlington, Virginia. The "Graph4Gov" summit will demonstrate recent advances in graph technology and the applications of the technology. The speakers and moderators include:
- Matthias Broecheler, inventor of the Titan graph database and founder of Aurelius, now chief technologist with DataStax
- Tom Mills, chief systems engineer, Office of Information and Technology (OIT), Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
- Arun Majumdar, chief technology officer, Kyndi
- David Waugh, SVP of market development, DataStax
- Mark White, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP, and innovation office chief technologist
- Frank Strickland, managing director, Deloitte Consulting LLP, and federal S&O mission analytics leader
For more information, visit the event page.
To learn more about the Deloitte and DataStax alliance, please visit: https://www.datastax.com/partners/deloitte-and-datastax
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