Learning from our journey building TypeDB & TypeQL.
Accelerating drug discovery with applied knowledge engineering and TypeDB
In this blog post, we’ll look at how TypeDB can be used to model complex biological relationships and accelerate the drug discovery processs as part of the open-source TypeDB Bio project.
Building a Cyber Threat Intelligence database with TypeDB
CTI (Cyber Threat Intelligence) plays a critical role in protecting sensitive data and digital assets in the ever-evolving battlefield of cybersecurity, where organizations must stay one step ahead of attackers. Organizations need strong, effective threat research databases in order to recognize and prevent attacks.
Identity and access management with TypeDB: Part III, inference
In the last two blogs, we learned how to model polymorphic permissions and automate permission inheritance. Now, we’ll finish this blog series by explaining how to enforce policy compliance at the schema level.
Identity and access management with TypeDB: Part II, transitivity
Previously, we learned how to model polymorphic permissions. Here, we’ll show you how to automate permission inheritance. Finally, in the third blog, we’ll explain how to enforce policy compliance at the schema level.
Identity and access management with TypeDB: Part I, polymorphism
Designing an IAM platform that can support a broad variety of applications, resources and permissions and enforce sophisticated business policies, both now and in the future, is a daunting task. In this blog series, we’re going to show how TypeDB can meet these requirements with a powerful yet lean data model and intuitive query design.
What is a Knowledge Graph?
Ever since Google popularised the term in 2012, knowledge graphs have seen massive amounts of public interest. From Fortune 500 companies to universities, organisations all over the world are investing large resources into knowledge graphs.