The size and complexity of your network and IT infrastructure requires a configuration management database (CMDB) more powerful than anything relational databases have to offer. Using a graph database like Neo4j, you discover new insights from existing data, including a 360-degree view of configuration data and real-time information on data relationships.
Take a closer look at two Neo4j deployments in this white paper: How Graph Databases Solve Problems in Network & Data Center Management.
As your IT operations continue to expand globally and become more interconnected than ever before, your configuration management database (CMDB) needs to keep up. With Neo4j, you manage and monitor your networks with real-time insights on the relationships between your data that ensure nothing happens to your IT infrastructure that you aren’t immediately aware of. Neo4j has become the database of choice for IT operations managers and network administrators alike.
Neo4j is ideal for modeling our product chains. Neo4j gives us an automated blueprint of our infrastructure, and we can do ad hoc analysis of business and system information that we couldn't do before.–Hans Verhoef, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI),
Managing and monitoring your network or IT operations requires more than an RDBMS can offer. Instead, get inspired by this Network Dependency Graph GraphGist to start building your Network and IT Operation systems with Neo4j.Explore The Network Dependency GraphGist
Originally posted on telecomcouncil.com, written by Philip Rathle, who will be speaking at TC3 on October 1. TC3 Speak Peek: Neo Technology – Graphs Are Eating Telecommunications As the world becomes more connected, so does its data. We at Neo Technology, creators of Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database, have taken it as our mission to develop the tools the world needs to better... Read more →
Editor’s Note: Last October at GraphConnect San Francisco, Ashley Sun and Rob Schoening – from the DevOps team at Lending Club – delivered this in-depth presentation on their MacGyver platform for managing microservices with Neo4j. For more videos from GraphConnect SF and to register for GraphConnect Europe, check out... Read more →
Editor’s Note: Linkurious is a Bronze sponsor of GraphConnect San Francisco. Register for GraphConnect to meet Jean and other sponsors in person. Since we started Linkurious in 2013, we have worked with dozens of Neo4j users around world to help them find answers in graph data. Be it anti-money laundering, knowledge management or impact analysis, we have seen organizations struggle with a... Read more →
This week’s 5-minute interview features David Colebatch, the co-founder of LightMesh and xnlogic (a Neo4j Solutions Partner). I caught up with David at GraphConnect San Francisco. Q: Can you talk to me about your first Neo4j project? David: My first Neo4j project was actually with the company we just saw talking as a solution partner. It was around the genetics. And it was a very large... Read more →
Editor’s Note: Last May at GraphConnect Europe, Nicolas Rouyer – Senior IT Architect at Orange – gave this valuable talk on tracking and predicting information system (IS) incidents using Neo4j. Listen to or read his presentation below. Register for GraphConnect San Francisco to hear more speakers like Nicolas present on the emerging world of graph database... Read more →
Preventing and reacting to attacks in cyberspace involves a complex and rapidly changing milieu of factors, requiring a flexible architecture for advanced analytics, queries and graph visualization. Information Overload in Security Analytics Cyber warfare is conducted in complex environments, with numerous factors contributing to attack success and mission impacts. Network topology, host... Read more →
Editor’s Note: Last October at GraphConnect San Francisco, Karen Lopez – Senior Project Manager at InfoAdvisors – delivered a presentation on how to tell when your data will be best served by a graph database. For more videos from GraphConnect SF and to register for GraphConnect Europe, check out graphconnect.com. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNAKDBy_K-U My role is to... Read more →
You already know the top 10 reasons you should attend GraphConnect San Francisco, but maybe you’re still on the fence. If you’re still wondering whether you should come out on October 21st to network with the world’s leading graph database developers, architects and CIOs, then here’s just one more reason: our awesome lineup of industry-leading speakers. Here are just nine of the... Read more →
“Big data” grows bigger every year, but today’s enterprise leaders don’t only need to manage larger volumes of data – they critically need to generate insight from their existing data. So how should CIOs and CTOs generate those insights? To paraphrase Seth Godin, businesses need to stop merely collecting data points, and start connecting them. In other words, the relationships... Read more →
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