The size and complexity of your network and IT infrastructure requires a configuration management database (CMDB) more powerful than anything relational databases have to offer. Using a graph database like Neo4j, you discover new insights from existing data, including a 360-degree view of configuration data and real-time information on data relationships.
Take a closer look at two Neo4j deployments in this white paper: How Graph Databases Solve Problems in Network & Data Center Management.
As your IT operations continue to expand globally and become more interconnected than ever before, your configuration management database (CMDB) needs to keep up. With Neo4j, you manage and monitor your networks with real-time insights on the relationships between your data that ensure nothing happens to your IT infrastructure that you aren’t immediately aware of. Neo4j has become the database of choice for IT operations managers and network administrators alike.
Neo4j is ideal for modeling our product chains. Neo4j gives us an automated blueprint of our infrastructure, and we can do ad hoc analysis of business and system information that we couldn't do before.–Hans Verhoef, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI),
Managing and monitoring your network or IT operations requires more than an RDBMS can offer. Instead, get inspired by this Network Dependency Graph GraphGist to start building your Network and IT Operation systems with Neo4j.Explore The Network Dependency GraphGist
Telenor Norway is the leading supplier of the country’s telecommunications and data services. With more than 3 million mobile subscribers, it is also the nation’s number one broadband provider, and part of Telenor Group: one of the world’s largest mobile operators. Telenor’s systems expose customer and product data to a range of different channels, among others a self-service web... Read more →
Designed to support IT admins and consultants cleaning up and migrating file server access rights processes, migRaven offers a pragmatic approach to the “network jungle” of nested folder relationships. migRaven is the ultimate tool to build up and remodel Microsoft compliant... Read more →
This week’s 5-minute interview features David Colebatch, the co-founder of LightMesh and xnlogic (a Neo4j Solutions Partner). I caught up with David at GraphConnect San Francisco. Q: Can you talk to me about your first Neo4j project? David: My first Neo4j project was actually with the company we just saw talking as a solution partner. It was around the genetics. And it was a very large... Read more →
Whew! With GraphConnect Europe now behind us, it's time to look at all of the wonderful content published by the Neo4j community in the month of March before the Neo4j 3.0 announcement and Panama Papers coverage eclipsed everything else. If you would like to see your post featured in May's “From the Community” blog post, follow us on Twitter and use the #Neo4j hashtag for your chance to... Read more →
Editor’s Note: Last May at GraphConnect Europe, Nicolas Rouyer – Senior IT Architect at Orange – gave this valuable talk on tracking and predicting information system (IS) incidents using Neo4j. Listen to or read his presentation below. Register for GraphConnect San Francisco to hear more speakers like Nicolas present on the emerging world of graph database... Read more →
Editor’s Note: Last October at GraphConnect San Francisco, Steven Noel – Cyber Security Researcher at MITRE – delivered this presentation on how graph technology can help prevent and simulate cyber attacks. For more videos from GraphConnect SF and to register for GraphConnect Europe, check out graphconnect.com.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iowq7n_-NJg MITRE Corporation... Read more →
Editor's Note: This presentation was given by Benjamin Nussbaum at GraphConnect Europe in April 2016. Here's a quick TL;DR of what he covered: The importance of cloud security The language of security NAT Routing GraphGrid services – Today we're going to talk about securely deploying Neo4j into Amazon Web Services... Read more →
Preventing and reacting to attacks in cyberspace involves a complex and rapidly changing milieu of factors, requiring a flexible architecture for advanced analytics, queries and graph visualization. Information Overload in Security Analytics Cyber warfare is conducted in complex environments, with numerous factors contributing to attack success and mission impacts. Network topology, host... Read more →
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