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Gabe Stanek & Stefan Kolmar

About Gabe Stanek & Stefan Kolmar, Neo4j Field Engineering Team

Gabe Stanek is VP of the Global Field Engineering organization on the Neo4j team. He has spent his entire career focused on helping people and companies achieve success with technology and realizing value out of technical investments. At Neo4j, he enjoys the opportunity to help guide the team committed to this same success.

Stefan Kolmar is the Director of Field Engineering for the EMEA region. He has been in Technical Pre-sales roles for more than 15 years, working for companies such as Tandem, Compaq and Portal Software with specific emphasis on database technologies. More recently, he took on lead Pre-Sales and Consulting roles in the DACH region for TimesTen (in-memory relational database). After TimesTen was acquired by Oracle (2006), Stefan grew to lead the entire European Oracle ISV/OEM Pre-Sales team as the Director of Sales Consulting.


Latest Posts by Gabe Stanek & Stefan Kolmar

Oracle RDBMS + Neo4j: Migrate All the Data into Neo4j

There are many use cases and scenarios where it makes sense to use Oracle RDBMS in tandem with the Neo4j graph database, whether you’re migrating a subset of data or constantly syncing both graph and relational datasets. However, sometimes circumstances… Read more →

Oracle RDBMS + Neo4j: Fully Sync Relational and Graph Data

Using the Neo4j graph database doesn’t have to be opposed to your existing Oracle RDBMS infrastructure. In fact, the two can work together. One of many ways Neo4j works alongside Oracle RDBMS is to have all data fully synchronized between… Read more →

Oracle RDBMS + Neo4j: Migrate or Sync a Subset of Data

There are several ways that Neo4j can work with Oracle RDBMS (or any other RDBMS). The approach you take depends on what your enterprise is trying to achieve. In this Neo4j and Oracle blog series, we’ll explore how these two… Read more →

3 Advantages of Using Neo4j Alongside Oracle RDBMS

The rising popularity of graph databases is a trend that developers and data architects can no longer ignore. At the same time, well-established relational database management systems (RDBMS) like Oracle aren’t going anywhere soon. Oracle RDBMS is the backbone of… Read more →

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