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Stu Moore

Product Manager

Stu Moore is joining the Neo4j database PM team based in London, with 13yrs product management experience building products with analytics & machine learning (Barclays’ People Analytics), delivering Windows containers from the cloud (start-up), XenApp (Citrix) and a real time clustering solution for Windows applications like SQL Server & VMware’s vCenter (Neverfail).
Stu can be found outside a lot with a Polish Lowland Sheepdog, or running as he enjoys the occasional hilly half marathon & obstacle course race. Enjoys all food, craft beer and watching Nordic Noir on Netflix.

Latest Posts by Stu Moore

Creating a Custom Connector in Confluent Cloud to Sink Data to Aura for Real-Time Analysis (Part 2)

On the 26th of July, we announced support for Confluent’s Custom Connectors as a way to connect Confluent Cloud to AuraDB, our fully managed database-as-a-service. In this week’s blog, I am going to show you how easy it is to set up a sink connector to create or update data in a... read more

Using Neo4j AuraDB as a Source and Sink for AWS MSK

Neo4j now supports AWS Managed Streaming for Kafka (MSK) through MSK Connect, configured as a source and sink with AuraDB Free.Back in January, I took on the Product Manager role for Neo4j Connectors — the products which enable customers to stream data into and out of Neo4j... read more

Deploying Neo4j on Kubernetes with Helm Charts

It is time for Part 3 of the Neo4j 4.3 technical blog series, where we explore deploying Neo4j with the new neo4j-standalone Helm Chart on Minikube Kubernetes running on a Windows 10 laptop with Docker Desktop.This is our series so far:Relationship / Relationship... read more

Relationship Chain Locks: Don’t Block the Rock!

Welcome back to part two in the five part 4.3 Technical Blog Series. This week, it is the turn of the Relationship Chain Locks — or if you caught the 4.3 update during Emil’s NODES Keynote, “How to avoid a lot of locking when you update the Rock!”Dwayne... read more

Neo4j 4.3 Blog Series: Relationship Indexes

Welcome to the first in a series of blogs on some of the exciting new features in Neo4j 4.3 that was released last week at NODES 2021.Relationship Property Indexes help find co-occurrence in the Panama PapersOver the coming weeks, I will be publishing technical blogs on the following new... read more