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    Graphistry is supercharging how analysts explore data. Our customers, who include some of the largest organizations in the world, are trusting us to help them catch attacks and diagnose big outages. They have already invested in tools like Splunk or Spark for handling 100M+ alerts a day and may even have experimented with R or IPython notebooks. Most of all, they are looking for exploration tools that are smarter than search or dashboards. With Graphistry, they can see their entire datacenter for the first time.

    HQSan Francisco, CA, US

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    Employees (est.) (Nov 2016)14
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    Key People/Management at Graphistry

    Andy Chou

    Andy Chou

    Co-Founder & Ex-CTO of Coverit
    Kurt Keutzer

    Kurt Keutzer

    Uc Berkeley, Ex-CTO of Synopsys
    David Park

    David Park

    Co-Founder of Coverity
    Patrick O'Malley

    Patrick O'Malley

    CFO of Seagate
    Ben Lorica

    Ben Lorica

    Chief Data Scientist, O'REILLY Media
    Clarence Granger

    Clarence Granger

    CEO of UCT
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    Graphistry Office Locations

    Graphistry has an office in San Francisco
    San Francisco, CA, US (HQ)
    466 Geary St #501, San Francisco
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    Graphistry Blogs

    Lowcode your graph apps with Amazon Neptune & Graphistry

    With our partners on the Amazon Neptune graph database team, we created a tutorial on how to lowcode a graph app. Read on to see how graph-app-kit makes it easy to make a graph app by combining best-of-class graph tech like Graphistry, Streamlit, RAPIDS, and Neptune. Quickly turning data into intera…

    Graphistry 2.34.14: Graphistry graph exploration goes multi-GPU with RAPIDS 0.17!

    Graphistry 2.34 brings big speed and scale capabilities for visually exploring big graphs. The new File API is especially exciting for us – the current release uses it for faster Jupyter/Python plotting, and watch the next release that will bring in some long-awaited UI features around it. Many ente…

    Graphistry 2.33.17: Graph-App-Kit, RAPIDS 0.16, and more

    Graphistry 2.33.17 introduces a powerful piece in our mission to bring powerful visual investigations technology: Dashboarding. With StreamLit, embedded in our open-source graph-app-kit project, you can quickly create interactive graph dashboards and share them. In addition, 2.33 includes the big RA…

    Graphistry 2.32.4: Badges and RAPIDS 0.15!

    Graphistry 2.32.4 is now live! The most requested features are around icons, badges, and RAPIDS. If you are new to Graphistry, try exploring relationships in your data with GPU visual graph analytics for free on Graphistry Hub and one-click launch a private server in your cloud provider (including o…

    Graphistry 2.31.24: Graph customization

    Graphistry 2.31.24 is now live! You can explore relationships in data with GPU visual graph analytics for free on Graphistry Hub, download the latest Docker files as an enterprise user, and working their way through AWS and Azure Marketplaces, one-click launch the latest private VM in your own accou…

    Graphistry 2.25.18: Log ontologies and automatic migrations

    Release 2.25 follows the footsteps of 2.24 of focusing on daily practice. Some of the biggest features in this release are automatic ontology support for popular logging and alert tools and a managed migration & update script. In parallel, much of our time is going to working directl…
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    Graphistry Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Graphistry founded?

      Graphistry was founded in 2013.

    • Who are Graphistry key executives?

      Graphistry's key executives are Andy Chou, Kurt Keutzer and David Park.

    • How many employees does Graphistry have?

      Graphistry has 14 employees.

    • Who are Graphistry competitors?

      Competitors of Graphistry include Visual Labs, USEREADY and Geckoboard.

    • Where is Graphistry headquarters?

      Graphistry headquarters is located at 466 Geary St #501, San Francisco, San Francisco.

    • Where are Graphistry offices?

      Graphistry has an office in San Francisco.

    • How many offices does Graphistry have?

      Graphistry has 1 office.