GraphConnect 2015 conference to take place in San Francisco on October 21
Call for papers now open for sessions on graph technology and use cases
Neo Technology, creator of Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database, today announced details on its fourth annual GraphConnect 2015 conference and opened its Call for Papers. GraphConnect, the only conference that focuses on the rapidly growing world of graph databases and applications, will take place on October 21, 2015, in San Francisco. This year’s venue—Pier 27’s new state-of-the-art Cruise Terminal, conveniently located on the Embarcadero waterfront—offers panoramic views of the entire San Francisco Bay, Treasure Island and The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, Financial District and Coit Tower.
GraphConnect 2015 will bring together graph enthusiasts from around the globe to learn how hot startups to Global 2000 companies leverage the power of the graph to solve their most critical connected data issues. The conference will feature 30 sessions ranging from graphs in the real world to best practices, in-depth tutorials, hands-on training and a Graph Hackathon.
Conference takes place on Wednesday, October 21 with Neo4j trainings held on Thursday, October 22 At Pier 27, The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94105
For more information and to register visit: GraphConnect SF 2015
Last year’s San Francisco event drew a record number of attendees, and offered eighteen sessions exploring the use of graph technology across a variety of verticals and use cases. The conference featured numerous community presentations, including startup and enterprise panels moderated by journalists from PandoDaily and eWeek.
“Graph databases have reached an inflection point and in the last 18 months we have seen a massive adoption of our technology across a range of industries and use cases. GraphConnect brings together the best minds in the graph database world—engineers, data architects, visionaries, business leaders, analysts, and Neo4j users—to share real-world stories, best practices and present in-depth workshops,” said Emil Eifrem, founder and CEO of Neo Technology.