By Neo4j Staff | April 20, 2015
Weather Monitoring with Neo4j
Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) is the Netherlands’ national center for data and knowledge on weather, climate and seismology. Using a combination of Neo4j and Splunk, KNMI is implementing fully automated system for monitoring more than 60 interlinked operational (24/7) applications. The goal of the new system is to enable production chain monitoring, enabling root cause analysis (what is the root cause of the disruption) and impact analysis (what other products will be effected). Hans Verhoef, Software Developer at the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) will show you how Neo4j can be a part of your big data tooling at Graph Connect in May!
About GraphConnect EuropeGraphConnect is the only conference focused on the growing world of Graph Database technology. It will bring together over hundreds of graphistas from around Europe to hear from hot startups and global 2000 companies alike about how they are using graphs to power their applications. Save 30% with code “U884ICL” and get your tickets now
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