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What The Internet of Things Means For Databases

Host: David Montag

When: 21. May 2015 at 16:30 - 18:30

Where: Trifork A/S, Margrethepladsen 4, 8000 Aarhus C



Morgan Stanley predicted that within the next 5 years, some 75 billion connected devices will be in use worldwide. Understanding and managing how these devices connect and relate to each other will be *at least* as important as understanding and managing the devices themselves.   

Lately, we have seen graph databases distinguish themselves as what is now the fastest growing category in databases. Designed primarily for managing data relationships, graph databases open up a world of possibilities that previously were not feasible (you'll learn why).

This talk will discuss the value of data relationships in IoT, and why it is inevitable that IoT applications will need to manage connections. It will discuss the characteristics of any data storage solution adapted to modeling large dynamic networks such as the IoT, and why graph databases with the property graph data model are the ideal basis for this.

The presentation will cover the five top connected datasets in IoT (5 Graphs of IoT) and give specific examples in industry for each, where companies, large and small, are using graph databases to address their challenges.

Speaker: David Montag
David Montag works as Field Engineering Manager at Neo Technology, the company behind the graph database Neo4j. In essence, he works to ensure the success of Neo's customers. David was part of founding Neo's Silicon Valley offices, where he worked for three years before returning to his native Stockholm to help Neo grow in the Nordics and Europe.

Neo Technology
Neo Technology was founded in Sweden. At Neo, researchers have pioneered graph databases since 2000 and have been instrumental in bringing the power of the graph to more than 40 Global 2000 corporations. Customers include Walmart, eBay, Cisco, HP, Accenture, Medium, FiftyThree, and CrunchBase. Serving customers in production for over a decade, Neo4j is the world’s leading graph database with the largest ecosystem of partners and tens of thousands of successful deployments.

Price: Free

Language: English

Contact: Benedikte Schaltz




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