[Business Impact Brief] 

The rise of the Knowledge Graph for agile enterprise-wide data management

94% of data platform revenue in 2016 was generated by relational databases, with this figure set to decline to 85% by 2021, especially as non-relational databases and distributed data processing platforms are increasingly being used to store and process enterprise data.

Enter the Knowledge Graph, which maps data in place, including full data variety and every data velocity, and pulls it dynamically from its canonical location.

Get a deep drive from 451 Research on: 

Why relational databases are no longer the default enterprise data platform

Why the rise of newer data platforms has only complicated the idea of managing data

Why adoption of Knowledge Graph technology is expected to increase

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