Neo4j a NoSQL Graph Database - September 30, 2010 Darmstadt

Neo4j - a NoSQL Graph Database

Many applications and systems in the telecommunications industry handle large amounts of complex and heavily networked data. This kind of data is very suitable for processing with NoSQL technologies (Not only SQL), and graph databases in particular. The open source graph database Neo4j has already been used in this area for several years and enables excellent results – especially in areas such as network optimization and planning, user data mining or location-based services.
This TechTalk will explain the principles of a graph database and illustrate the technology’s possibilities by providing examples.
The TechTalk target group focuses on software system architects and developers.

The TechTalk will be held in German.

The event is held at Deutsche Telekom AG, Products & Innovation in Darmstadt. Interested colleagues can confirm the date with Outlook; external colleagues and guests can simply register by sending a formless e-mail with name/company to techtalk@remove-this.developergarden.com by Sept. 29, 2010 at the latest.
The event begins at 6 pm and ends at around 8 pm. Attendance is free, as always. Drinks and snacks are provided.

The facts in brief:
What |
Neo4j - a NoSQL Graph Database
When |
September 30, 2010 | 6 pm – 8 pm
Where |
T-Online-Allee 1, Darmstadt
How |
Presentation, networking & snacks

About the speaker

Peter Neubauer
COO NeoTechnology


Peter has worked in software system programming for over ten years now. He is a co-founder of several open source projects, such as Neo4j, OPS4J and Qi4j. Peter enjoys connecting things, writes the most diverse prototypes and brings numerous graph ideas and projects together. Anyone eager to talk with him should simply offer him a latte macchiato.

Info for getting there and parking in Darmstadt

You can use the visitor parking spaces at Products & Innovation. In T-Online-Allee 1 the entrance to the underground car park is at the end of the street (facing south – stay right at entrance), where you can report as a visitor for the TechTalk and use the signposted visitor parking spaces (follow the magenta arrows in the underground car park; then take the elevator to the first floor).
You will be shown the way into the forum at visitor reception.

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