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Social media monitoring with ML-powered Knowledge Graph

Ever wondered how ML can be used to build a Knowledge Graph to allow businesses to successfully differentiate and compete today? We will demonstrate how Computer Vision, NLP/U, knowledge enrichment and graph-native algorithms fit together to build powerful insights from various unstructured data sources.

It Depends (and why it’s the most frequent answer to modelling questions)

The answer to most general purpose graph modelling questions is “it depends”. This talk demonstrates the pitfalls of modelling without knowing use cases- it shows how two sets of people can produce two different models for the same set of data elements, and how use cases should guide the model.

It Depends (and why it’s the most frequent answer to modelling questions)

The answer to most general purpose graph modelling questions is “it depends”. This talk demonstrates the pitfalls of modelling without knowing use cases- it shows how two sets of people can produce two different models for the same set of data elements, and how use cases should guide the model.

Fix your microservice architecture using graph analysis

So, for your brand new project, you decided to throw away your monolith and go for microservices. But after a while, you realize things are not going as smoothly as expected ;-)

Hopefully, a graph can help to detect antipatterns, visualize your whole system, and even do cross-service impact analysis.

In this talk, we’ll analyze a microservice system based on Spring Cloud, with jQAssistant and Neo4j. We will see how it can be helpful to answer questions like:

do I have anti-patterns in my microservice architecture ?

which services / applications are impacted when doing a database refactoring ?

is my API documentation / specification up to date ?

how to get an up to date visualization of my whole system ?

and more !

Fix your microservice architecture using graph analysis

So, for your brand new project, you decided to throw away your monolith and go for microservices. But after a while, you realize things are not going as smoothly as expected ;-)

Hopefully, a graph can help to detect antipatterns, visualize your whole system, and even do cross-service impact analysis.

In this talk, we’ll analyze a microservice system based on Spring Cloud, with jQAssistant and Neo4j. We will see how it can be helpful to answer questions like:

do I have anti-patterns in my microservice architecture ?

which services / applications are impacted when doing a database refactoring ?

is my API documentation / specification up to date ?

how to get an up to date visualization of my whole system ?

and more !

Challenges in knowledge graph visualization

Visualizing a complex graph is a task of graph simplification and providing well-thought visual cues, the best UI goes unnoticed. This talk will summarize current approaches and present a novel user interaction pattern, which takes advantage of a performant Neo4j graph engine.

Challenges in knowledge graph visualization

Visualizing a complex graph is a task of graph simplification and providing well-thought visual cues, the best UI goes unnoticed. This talk will summarize current approaches and present a novel user interaction pattern, which takes advantage of a performant Neo4j graph engine.

Using Knowledge Graphs to predict customer needs, improve product quality and save costs

Alessandro Negro, Chief Scientist at GraphAware, delivers a presentation called Using Knowledge Graphs to predict customer needs, improve product quality and save costs during the SmartData Summit 2019 in Dubai.

Lean Dependency Management with graphs

Unblocking dependencies benefits any organization that performs work concurrently. Dependencies are connected and modelling them as a graph surfaces those connections quickly, enabling decisions to be taken that promote zero waste and more efficient delivery.

How Boston Scientific Improves Manufacturing Quality Using Graph Analytics

Tracking end of line manufacturing issues to their source can be a daunting task. Boston Scientific, in partnership with GraphAware, has used the Neo4j platform to build a manufacturing quality tool that offers dramatic improvements to the time, quality, and quantity of investigations. In this talk we will review a manufacturing value stream in a graph and discuss the analysis methods available, which result in striking increases in business efficiencies, for this unique application. We will also present how the system was implemented within the existing data architecture and then scaled from a laptop investigational tool to an enterprise-grade solution with Neo4j Server.