Graph Databases - Lessons learned (Neo4J, Ozma Games, and Historyline)
Thursday, June 20, 2013 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM (CEST)
Graph Databases have many use cases in many industries, but one of the most interesting ones that are emerging is in the Gaming industry. Because of its real-time nature, games are a perfect environment to make use of graph-based queries that are the basis for in-game recommendations. Another interesting use case is the use of graph databases in the media industry. After an introduction to graph databases, Swedish based Ozma Games and Danish based Historyline will share their experiences with the use of the graph database.
- Introduction to the Neo4j graph databases
- Presentations by Historyline and Ozma Games
- Lessons learned
- Questions and answers
The event is free, but sign-up is required. If you do not show up - without cancelling your order - you have to pay a fee of 250 DKK/ticket. The fee will be donated to an open source or open data project of your choice.
Sandwiches and drinks will be served.
About the speakers
Knowledge first becomes really interesting when looking at it in a greater perspective. Although historic events happen over time and are interrelated it has not been possible to observe and research them this way. With traditional historic sites and encyclopedias, historic events has to be queried one at a time, and to explore them you must read in-depth articles. Due to the format, relationships and dependencies to other historic events are typically not clear and often diminished to links where you can read more. Historyline is a graphical timeline of history. The timeline shows events in the order they happened and makes it possible also to include other historic events happening at the same time that could be affecting each other.
Graphs are everywhere. From websites adding social capabilities to Telco’s providing personalized customer services to innovative bioinformatics research, organizations are adopting graph databases as the best way to model and query connected data. Neo Technology researchers have pioneered graph databases since 2000 and have been instrumental in bringing the power of the graph to numerous organizations worldwide, including 25 Global 2000 customers, such as Cisco, HP, Accenture, Deutsche Telekom, and Telenor. 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.
Ozma develops beautiful, playful and creative games and apps for tablets. We believe that play is the foundation of creativity and self expression, and that playing games can be a truly social and meaningful experience. Everyone has the right to play! Ozma was founded in 2006 by Karin Ryding and Bobbi A. Sand. Since the start we’ve been working with a wide variety of projects, ranging from board games to outdoor mobile games. In 2013 we will release our first tablet game Words of Oz.
When & Where
Jayway is a leading IT consulting company in Sweden and Denmark, with over 160 professionals. Jayway provides services in software development with numerous experts in various specialized areas. We strongly believe in open source and are active in several projects. The company's six locations are based in Sweden and in Copenhagen. For more info on Jayway, please visit www.jayway.com