AUSTIN, TX - Katana Graph, the AI-powered Graph Intelligence Platform providing faster and more accurate insights on massive and complex data, announced today that co-founder and CTO Chris Rossbach will host a featured session at Data Day Texas. Rossbach will discuss how design principles behind Katana’s Graph Intelligence platform enable it to function at scale across multiple domains of graph computing.Data Day Texas, taking place on June 13 in Austin, highlights the latest tools, techniques and projects in the data space. The event brings together hundreds of attendees from around the world, including executive speakers from Amazon Web Services, ArangoDB, Conexus, Graphable, Cambridge Intelligence, and Relational AI.
The Katana Graph Intelligence platform is an example of a top graph computing technology, capable of operating at scale across multiple domains, including financial services, security, health and life sciences.
"The rapid rise of data has led to many developments in technologies to gain actionable insights," Rossbach said. "The Katana Graph Intelligence platform is an example of a top graph computing technology, capable of operating at scale across multiple domains, including financial services, security, health and life sciences. I look forward to illuminating how the platform can help data-forward organizations and explaining how graph technology will impact multiple industries of the future."
Chris Rossbach is the CTO and co-founder of Katana Graph. He is also an associate professor at University of Texas Austin’s (UT Austin) Department of Computer Science, an alumnus of VMware Research Group and Microsoft Research's Silicon Valley Lab, as well as a veteran of multiple successful Silicon Valley startups. He leads the Systems, Concurrent, and Emerging Architectures Research Group (SCEA) at UT Austin and directs UT Austin CS's Honors program Computer Science and Business Program.
Details of Katana Graph’s presentation are:
Panel Title: Katana Graph Technical Foundations
Speaker: Chris Rossbach, CTO and co-founder of Katana Graph
Details: Learn the technical foundations of Katana Graph's Graph Intelligence platform. Chris will discuss high-level goals and design principles behind the system, and discuss how each of those principles translates to design choices that enable a graph computing platform to operate at scale across multiple domains of graph computing. The technical focus will be on how storage layer design, flexible graph partitioning and HPC-style computing techniques can be combined with a shared-log foundation to support a highly scalable and efficient graph computing platform.
When: Monday, June 13, 2 pm. CT
Visit the Data Day Texas site for more information.