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Graph the docs - What happens if you use graph databases for a documentation project?
Featuring Kristoff Van Tomme
4 trends are radically transforming how documentation is created an consumed. In this talk you will explain what they are and how they are changing documentation.After a short introduction of Graph databases (for the technical writers in the audience), we’ll then explore 3 traditional application...documentation-projects documentaion open-source graph-databases neo4j
Data moons on geo-sticks
Featuring Nick Fosbery
The Subsurface Data Management department at ENGIE E&P UK had a requirement for a new software solution to manage their seismic metadata to replace an ageing SQL based application that was no longer up to the job, but needed to be integrated with the in-house GIS, business intelligence and...geo-sticks data-moons neo4j
How Neo4j solved a problem at Thames Water
Featuring Dylan Omran
In this talk Dylan will explain how Neo4j offered a way to consider the connectivity of a water network when querying datasets like events against contacts. The specific challenge that prompted Dylan to turn to Neo4j was identifying a link between supply interruptions (people don't have...
Recipe and ingredients ontology with Neo4j
Featuring Irene Iriarte
Gousto is an online retailer that delivers recipe kit boxes with exact quantities of fresh ingredients and step-by-step recipes. Customers can pick from a weekly menu, consisting of 22 different recipes. It is vital that the menus are balanced and contain a wide range of recipes, with, for...
A graph model for learning Chinese characters
Featuring Fernando Izquierdo
Literacy in Chinese languages demands knowledge of around 3000 characters, however, some characters are more frequently used than others. Chinese characters can be decomposed into components which in turn are made out of strokes.
Neo4j Container Orchestration with Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, Mesos
Featuring Mark Needham
Since the release of our first Docker Neo4j image in Autumn 2015, it's become one of the most popular ways for people to use Neo4j.
Recently we've started to see a lot of interest in deploying a containerised Neo4j on the popular orchestration tools: Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, and Mesos....cloud graph-databases Graphs data-mining bigdata neo4j
Neo4j Meetup London
Featuring Alistair Jones
In this talk we'll explore the exciting new Causal clustering architecture for Neo4j.
We'll see how Neo4j uses the Raft protocol for a robust underlay for intensive write operations, and how the new scale-out mechanism provides enormous power for very demanding graph workloads.data-mining java cloud data-visualization Graphs graph-databases neo4j
Proteomics and Graph Databases, the symbiosis of associations
Featuring Alejandro Brenes Murillo
The proteome is the entire set of proteins that are produced or modified by an organism, it is an element that varies with time, stress, environmental conditions or distinct requirements that a cell might have. Join this talk by Alejandro Brenes Murillo to see how graph databases can be useful...proteomics neo4j graph-databases Graphs