With the aim to monitor, prevent, and predict cyber attacks on various systems and infrastructures, the cyber defence company needed a solution to ingest and connect all available data and discover threat patterns.
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 !
Graph Databases are naturally well-suited for building recommendation engines. In this talk, Christophe will share his experience building a number of production-ready recommendation engines using Neo4j and introduce the open-source GraphAware Reco4PHP Library, which enables PHP developers to rapidly build their own recommendation systems.