What a year it’s been for all of us at GraphAware!
Spring and Spring Boot have become the Swiss Army knife of Java software development, offering dozens of useful modules across a wide range of concerns.One such module is Spring Boot Actuator, a sub-project of Spring Boot, that offers built-in, production-grade functionality to help monitor and interact with an application. Numerous endpoints are included that provide a wealth of information that, among others, include auditing, configuration, environment, and health details.
We are becoming increasingly dependent on technology. Yet, without diligent attention paid to cybersecurity, technology is vulnerable to unauthorized access, change or even destruction. These vulnerabilities pose threats to our individual and collective safety, security and human and economic well-being.Cybersecurity is therefore a vitally important global issue with substantial consequences that depends on safe, stable, and resilient security of our data, devices, and systems.
The success of many enterprises greatly depends on their ability to gather useful information and process it in a timely manner. Automation is essential and so is presentation, giving tangible feedback, to decision makers. This is where technology reaches out to management, where science and design are combined to put the right people in the position of making better and more sustainable choices.
Companies of any size have to manage and access huge amounts of data providing advanced services for their end-users or to handle their internal processes. The greater part of this data is usually stored in the form of text. Processing and analyzing this huge source of knowledge represents a competitive advantage, but often, even providing simple and effective access to it is a complex task, due to the unstructured nature of the textual data. This blog post will focus on a specific use case: provide effective access to a huge set of documents - later referred as a corpus -...
A book tells us a story, but for a computer it is a wall of text. How can we use graphs and NLP to help our machines make more sense of a story?
“Relevance is the practice of improving search results for users by satisfying their information needs in the context of a particular user experience, while balancing how ranking impacts business’s needs.” 
Since our first post a few months back, Neo4j-Databridge has seen a number of improvements and enhancements. In this post, we’ll take a quick tour of the latest features.
Recommendation engines are a crucial element in the global trend towards a push-based web experience and away from a pull-based one. They provide the ability to personalize content offered to each user by predicting the interest the user will have in the recommended items. This is not only a powerful business tool for content providers, but also a vital improvement to the user experience. In today’s world where the volume, interdependence, variety and speed of information is overwhelming, recommendation engines can significantly reduce the gap between us and what we search for. Indeed, these engines are used even to enhance...
Last month, the 5th edition of GraphConnect San Francisco took place at the Hyatt Regency SF. It was the biggest graph technology event ever and GraphAware proudly contributed as a sponsor, with one main talk, two lightning talks and our GraphHero stand ｡^‿^｡ This edition’s big announcement was the upcoming new landmark release of Neo4j 3.1, “The database for the connected enterprise”, which introduces a new state-of-the-art clustering architecture and new security architecture to meet enterprise requirements for scale and security. There will be a lot to say about this release, but you can already try the beta release as...