Royal Bank of Scotland, IBM, Financial Times and Constellation Research’s Andy Mulholland will join Neo Technology’s Emil Eifrem to discuss the future of graph and its move to the IT market mainstream


LONDON, March 15, 2016: Neo Technology, creator of Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database, has just announced the agenda for GraphConnect Europe, the European version of the world’s biggest graph expo and conference. 

GraphConnect Europe will feature main stage keynote presentations on the evolution of Neo4j and graph from the Neo Technology leadership team. Also confirmed is widely-followed IT trend analyst Andy Mulholland, VP and Principal Analyst at Constellation Research, who will share his perspective on the Internet of Things and graph. 

Finally, there will be inspirational sessions from top graph users including Royal Bank of Scotland, IBM, leading German toy maker Schleich and The Financial Times.

New levels of graph success

Set for April 26 at the prestigious QE II Conference Centre in Westminster, the conference is the main 2016 focus for the European graph world – the NoSQL approach for managing highly-connected data. 

Delegates will learn how to enable their digital business strategy through graph database infrastructure, as well as how to maximise their investment in Neo4j, the world’s most popular graph platform. A full range of graph applications and use cases, from product recommendations engines to social graph or fraud detection, will also be showcased, says Neo.

Four separate event tracks at the prestigious Westminster venue will cover technical to business issues, with a full roster of 30 speakers, an on-site Neo4j Hackathon, a busy calendar of training sessions, and plenty of opportunities for peer-to-peer networking.

“GraphConnect Europe 2016 attendees are in for a convincing show of innovation and technology that’ll help propel them to new levels of graph success,” promised Claudia Remlinger, Neo Technology’s European Marketing Director. 

To secure a place at GraphConnect Europe 2016 in London, please go to http://graphconnect.com
 

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