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Microsoft, HP and Telenor Among Presenting Companies at GraphConnect 2013

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  • Conference joins thought leaders from around the globe—from top Telcos to leading healthcare experts—to share innovations in graph technology

  • Attendees will get ‘first look’ at new Neo4j browser; a never-before-seen feature in Neo4j 2.0

SAN MATEO, Calif. – September 24, 2013 – Neo Technology, creators of Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database, today announced that Microsoft, HP, Telenor and Zephyr Health are among the companies set to present talks at GraphConnect 2013. GraphConnect is the only conference that focuses on the rapidly growing world of graph databases and the applications that make sense of connected data.

“Graph database technology is top of mind for every type of organization today. Our agenda, which features use cases and tutorials from some of the top names in the Telco, healthcare, gaming, software and other industries, reflects the overwhelming interest we are seeing around graphs,” said Emil Eifrem, CEO of Neo Technology. “Whether you’re a developer, tinkerer or futurist, come to GraphConnect to learn, teach, collaborate and help to build the databases of tomorrow.”

GraphConnect joins thought leaders from around the globe to explore new ideas, share innovations in graph technology, and make connections with researchers and developers. Considered the ‘must-attend’ event for anyone interested in graph technology, the conference offers a rare opportunity to see and hear how some of world’s most recognizable brands are leveraging the power of the graph to solve their most critical connected data issues.

GraphConnect 2013 highlights include:

  • ‘Hacking Healthcare with Neo4j,’ by Fred Trotter, DocGraph

  • ‘Building Hybrid Apps with Neo4j and Windows Azure,’ by David Makogon, Microsoft

  • ‘Using Graph Databases in Real-Time to Solve Resource Authorization at Telenor,’ by Sebastian Verheughe, Telenor

  • ‘Data Modeling in Telecoms,’ by Craig Taverner, AmanziTel

  • ‘Avoiding Deadlocks: Lessons Learned with Zephyr Health using Neo4j and MongoDB,’ by Mahesh Chaudhari, Zephyr Health

The conference will also feature presentations by Neo Technology’s CEO Emil Eifrem, Chief Scientist Jim Webber and Engineer Ian Robinson—all experts in graph databases and co-authors of the popular new O’Reilly Media book, ‘Graph Databases’.

GraphConnect San Francisco takes place on October 3-4 at the Mission Bay Conference Center. A cocktail hour and 2nd Annual Graphie Awards dinner will follow closing remarks on October 4. Register today at graphconnect.com/san-francisco.

About Neo Technology

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, 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.

Neo Technology is a privately held company funded by Fidelity Growth Partners Europe, Sunstone Capital and Conor Venture Partners, and is headquartered in San Mateo, CA, with offices in Sweden, UK, Germany, and Malaysia. For more information, please visit www.neotechnology.com.

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Kulesa Faul
650-340-1912
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Neo Technology’s Graph Database Powers World’s First Home Management Service

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Onefinestay Experiences Improved Operations and Extreme Speed and Accuracy with Neo4j

SAN MATEO, Calif. – October 09, 2013 – Neo Technology, creators of Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database, today announced that onefinestay, the world’s first unhotel booking service, is experiencing increased database speed, accuracy and flexibility with Neo4j.

Neo4j supports onefinestay’s wide range of complex data requirements and access paths – handling search queries such as number of floors in a home, or where linens are stored in a home. Onefinestay’s ability to book and post available homes by unique layout and features relies on the ability to handle complex data modeling queries, and do so with speed and accuracy.

onefinestay redefines the experience of travel in cities like London, Paris and New York, by letting users ‘live like a local.’ The business model seeks to emulate a real home-like experience, offering customer the opportunity live in a distinctive home while the owner is out of town. Homes on onefinestay are equivalent to (or exceed, in most cases) a 5-star hotel, and include extras like an iPhone loaded with the homeowner’s favorite eateries and a list of places to explore around town.

“The Neo4j Graph Database resonates with every vertical industry we know of. From Telco, financial services, to hospitality, to online dating and health care, it is becoming clear that it’s not just about data anymore, but knowing the relationships between data. Augmenting business decisions with knowledge of how things are connected is becoming a major differentiator for businesses across the globe. More and more companies are looking to Neo4j to make this possible,” said Emil Eifrem, CEO of Neo Technology.

One Fine Graph Database

With onefinestay’s growing menu of services and ever-expanding property listings, the company needed a better way to provide insights to its guests and operations team. onefinestay began experiencing more and more database query and standardizations issues and for this reason, started looking into other database options, including graph databases.

“We considered a number of NoSQL options, including Mongo, DynamoDB and other graph solutions, Neo4j provided the required balance of features and support we needed to unlock the power of data captured on our residential properties, ” said Jackson Hull, CTO of onefinestay. “Neo4j gives us peace of mind—it’s a solid tool with wide-ranging application, offers a stable partner to grow with, and allows us to be a part of a great user community.”

Interested in graph technology?

Attend GraphConnect 2013 this Fall to hear how companies like Accenture, HP, Telenor and others are leveraging graph databases to solve their most critical connected data issues. GraphConnect is the only conference that focuses on the rapidly growing world of graph databases and the applications that make sense of connected data.

For more information, visit http://www.graphconnect.com.

And the Graphie Award Goes to…

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We are excited to announce the winners of our second annual graph awards, the Graphies!

The GraphConnect Awards (“Graphies”) recognize and celebrate individuals and teams that are developing innovative and impactful graph database applications. GraphConnect 2013 is the second year of these awards.

 

Most Innovative Graph Application in Healthcare

Fred Trotter for DocGraph
Mahesh Chaudhari, Zephyr Health

Most Innovative Graph Application in Open Source

Alan Robertson, Assimilation Monitoring Project

Most Innovative Graph Application in Risk Management

Amad Fida, Brinqa Risk Analytics

Most Innovative Graph Application in Visualization

Jin Kim, Tom Sawyer Software
Corey Lanum, Cambridge Intelligence
Jean Villedieu, Linkurious

Most Innovative Graph Application in the Cloud

David Makogon, Microsoft
Alberto Perdomo, Graphene

Most Innovative Graph Application in Gaming

Toby O’Rourke, Gamesys

Most Innovative Graph Application in Business Intelligence

Huston Hedinger, Graph Alchemist

Most Innovative Graph Application in Telecommunications

Sebastian Verheughe, Telenor

Most Innovative Graph Application in Social

Mathieu Labey, Glowbl

Most Innovative Graph Application in Education

Matthew Harris, College Miner

Graphie for Excellence in Delivery

David Colebatch, xnlogic

The above 15 awards were presented at the awards dinner at GraphConnect San Francisco, October 4.

Most Innovative Community Contribution

Aseem Kishore – node-neo4j – Node.js bindings
Josh Adell – Neo4jPHP – PHP bindings
Nigel Small – Py2neo – Python bindings
Matt Luongo – Neo4Django – Python Django bindings
Tatham Oddie – Neo4jClient – .NET bindings
Romiko Derbynew – Neo4jClient – .NET bindings
Michael Klishin – neocons – Clojure bindings
Javier de la Rosa – neo4jrestclient – Python REST client
Wes Freeman – AnormCypher – Scala Cypher Client
Andreas Ronge – Neo4j.rb -JRuby bindings

The 10 Community awards were presented at a private event on October 3 in San Francisco.

Congratulations to all of our winners! We were thrilled by the quality and quantity of the submitted entries and had a difficult time choosing the winners.

There are upcoming GraphConnects in New York and London. Check them out and stay tuned for a call for entries for the next round of Graphies!

Featured GraphConnect New York Keynote: Graphing the Marvel Universe

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GraphConnect New York 2013  will feature presentations of graph database applications in the Entertainment Industry. Keynote speaker Peter Olson will introduce Graphing the Marvel Universe.

name_120x160Peter Olson is Vice President of Web and Application Development at Marvel Entertainment where he focuses on driving strategic technology innovation within the organization. Peter has helped bring comics to wide audiences on the web and mobile devices and helped introduce the Marvel Universe to millions of people a month. Peter will show how Marvel uses Neo4j to understand its intellectual property and how its user base responds to it. Also, you will see how to model and learn from the expansive set of people, places and things in its immense fictional universe (and how we solve a number of real business problems along the way.)

Other featured speakers on graphs

Aseem Kishore, FiftyThree
Andrew Oliver, Open Software Integrators

All speakers at the upcoming GraphConnect New York

See the New York Agenda Here.
Learn More about Peter Olson.

Hadoop to Neo4J

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David Fauth, Senior Systems Integrator, IntelliWare Systems, was a featured speaker at this year GraphConnect NY.

Watch his talk online here.

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Leading up to Graphconnect NY, I was distracting myself from working on my talk by determining if there was any way to import data directly from Hadoop into a graph database, specifically,  Neo4j. Previously, I had written some Pig jobs to output the data into various files and then used the Neo4J batchinserter to load the data. This process works great and others have written about it. For example, this approach also uses the batchinserter while this approach uses some Java UDFs to write the Neo4J files directly.

Both of these approaches work great but I was wondering if I could use a Python UDF and create the Neo4J database directly. To test this out, I decided to resurrect some work I had done on the congressional bill data from Govtrack. You can read about the data and the java code I used to convert the files into single-line JSON files here. It’s also a good time to read up on how to create an Elasticsearch index using Hadoop. Now that you’re back from reading that link, let’s look at the approach to try and go from Hadoop directly into Neo4J. From the previous article, you remember that recently Mortar worked with Pig and CPython to have it committed into the Apache Pig trunk. This now allows to take advantage of Hadoop with real Python. Users get to focus just on the logic you need, and streaming Python takes care of all the plumbing.

Nigel Small had written Py2Neo which is a simple and pragmatic Python library that provides access to the popular graph database Neo4j via its RESTful web service interface. That sounded awesome and something worth trying out. Py2Neo is easy to install using pip or easy_install. Installation instructions are located here.

The model that I was trying to create looks something like this:

Bills Layout

The approach taken was to use Pig with a streaming Python UDF to write to the Neo4J database using its RESTful web service. I tested this out with Neo4J 2.0M6. I attempted to use Neo4J2.0RC1 but ran into several errors relating to missing nodes.

Read the full article.

GraphConnect 2014 Announced with Open Call for Papers

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  • GraphConnect 2014 conference will take place in San Francisco on October 22
  • Call for papers now open for sessions on graph technology and use cases

SAN MATEO, Calif. – June 25, 2014 – Neo Technology, creators of Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database, today announced details on its third annual GraphConnect 2014 conference, and opened its Call for Papers. GraphConnect, the only conference that focuses on the rapidly growing world of graph databases and applications, will take place on October 22, 2014 at the SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco.

This year’s event will bring together more than 700 expected attendees to learn how hot startups to Global 2000 companies are leveraging the power of the graph to solve their most critical connected data issues. Sessions will represent a variety of verticals, industries and use cases, and will include the following confirmed speakers:

  • Emil Eifrem, Co-founder of Neo4j and CEO of Neo Technology
  • Jim Webber, Chief Scientist at Neo Technology
  • Volker Pacher, Senior Developer at eBay Now
  • Joe Chesak, Senior Engineering Analyst at ConocoPhilips

Details-at-a-Glance

Wednesday, October 22nd with Neo4j trainings held on Tuesday, October 21st
SFJAZZ Center, San Francisco, CA
For more information and to register, visit: http://www.graphconnect.com/

Last year’s GraphConnect events brought together more than 1000 attendees and 55 speakers in four US cities and London, with presentations by Microsoft, Facebook, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Marvel Entertainment, Gamesys, Jibe.com, Lufthansa Systems, onefinestay and Zephyr Health. The 2013 conferences solidified graph databases as a legitimate database solution with increasing applicability and market share, distinct from other NoSQL solutions.

“GraphConnect allowed us to see first hand that graph database technology is top of mind for virtually every type of organization today. The knowledge and experience we gained by connecting one on one with business leaders, technologists and developers tells us that graph database is an exciting and fast growing market category with variety of innovative real-life use cases across a wide range of industries,” said Emil Eifrem, CEO of Neo Technology. “This year’s GraphConnect promises to be better than ever, as we continue to confirm a great cast of speakers from a range of verticals and leading organizations.”

Call for Papers

Are you building your own Facebook Graph Search or archiving superfast queries with a graph-powered application? No matter what your project, if it’s with a graph we are interested! Submit your speaking proposal today at http://www.graphconnect.com/callforpapers/

Register for GraphConnect here: http://www.graphconnect.com/
*Take advantage of the early bird discount by registering before August 31, 2014.

About Neo Technology
Graphs are everywhere. From websites adding social capabilities to Telcos 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 pioneered the first graph database back in 2000, and have been instrumental in bringing the power of the graph to numerous organizations worldwide, including more than 40 Global 2000 customers, such as Cisco, Accenture, Telenor, eBay and Walmart. 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.

According to DB-Engines, Neo4j dominates the fastest growing category in all data management. Neo Technology is a privately held company funded by Fidelity Growth Partners Europe, Sunstone Capital and Conor Venture Partners, and is headquartered in San Mateo, CA, with offices in Sweden, UK, Germany, France, and Malaysia. For more information, please visit www.neotechnology.com.

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Contact:
Tanya Carlsson
Kulesa Faul for Neo Technology
(707) 529-6139
tanya@kulesafaul.com

 

Neo Technology Announces GraphConnect Speakers, Sponsors and ‘Graphie’ Awards

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  • Pitney Bowes, Medium and UBS Added to GraphConnect Speaking Roster
  • Sponsors include KeyLines, GraphAlchemist and O’Reilly Media
  • Third Annual Graphies Awards Now Open with a Deadline of October 15

Neo Technology, creators of Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database, today announced new speakers, sponsors, and the kickoff of its annual ‘Graphies’ award program in conjunction with GraphConnect 2014 San Francisco, to be held on October 22nd.

GraphConnect is the only conference dedicated to the rapidly growing graph database community, bringing together graph thought leaders, researchers and developers from around the globe. Held this year at SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco, the event will feature talks from an impressive list of organizations, including: Neo Technology, eBay, ConocoPhillips, CrunchBase, Elementum, Polyvore, Pitney Bowes, Medium, UBS and Cambridge Intelligence.

This year’s GraphConnect features KeyLines as the Gold sponsor with additional sponsors including GraphAlchemist, Pivotal, ThoughtWorks, Tom Sawyer, Elementum, GraphStory, MediaHound, GrapheneDB, and O’Reilly Media.

For additional GraphConnect information and registration, visit:www.graphconnect.com.

Graphie Awards Now Open
Neo is also proud to announce its third annual GraphConnect awards: the ‘Graphies.’ The first award of its kind, the Graphies recognizes and celebrates the individuals and teams who are developing some of the most innovative graph database projects around the world. Applications are currently open with a deadline of October 15, 2014.

To apply, applicants must submit an online form with questions on project challenges, the solution, implementation and results. Visuals, artwork, and web links related to the project may be offered as well. All submissions become shared copyright with Neo Technology and may be featured on a website. Winners will be announced at the GraphConnect Awards dinner on October 22nd.

To access the Graphies submission form and for more information, please visit:graphconnect.com/graphies

Neo4j Keynotes Global Big Data Conference and DataWeek + API World 2014

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SAN MATEO, CA–(Marketwired – Sep 8, 2014) - Neo Technology, creators of Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database, today announced that CEO Emil Eifrem will keynote atGlobal Big Data Conference and DataWeek + API World 2014 the following week. The events will respectively take place in Santa Clara from Sept. 8 – 10, and San Francisco from Sept. 12 – 17, 2014. Neo will also sponsor the DataWeek + API World conference andHackathon.

** Global Big Data Conference Details-At-A-Glance **

Keynote: “Big Connected Data: Graph Areas are Eating the World”

  • Presented by Emil Eifrem, CEO of Neo Technology
  • Monday, Sept. 8 from 10:00 – 10:30 am PT
  • Check on-site schedule for location
  • Details available at: http://bit.ly/1tzrIUQ

For registration and event venue information, visit: http://bit.ly/1lFNfIY

** DataWeek + API World 2014 Details-At-A-Glance **

Bootcamp: “Intro to Neo4j”

  • Presented by Andreas Kollegger, Product Experience Designer, Neo Technology
  • Monday, Sept. 15 from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm PT
  • Located at API World Stage 2, Hotel Kabuki
  • Details available at: http://sched.co/1tryzj9

Keynote: “Graph all the Things!”

  • Presented by Emil Eifrem, CEO of Neo Technology
  • Tuesday, Sept. 16 from 9:30 – 10:00 am PT
  • Located at DataWeek Stage 1, Hotel Kabuki
  • Details available at: http://sched.co/1nUsmoI

Workshop: “Building Killer Apps with Neo4j”

  • Presented by Kenny Bastani, Developer Evangelist at Neo Technology
  • Tuesday, Sept. 16 from 11:35 am – 12:15 pm PT
  • Located at DataWeek Stage 2, Hotel Kabuki
  • Details available at: http://sched.co/1nTe3Ro

For registration and event venue information, visit: http://dataweek.co/register/

Register for Neo Technology’s GraphConnect 2014 conference
Join the Neo4j team this fall at GraphConnect San Francisco, the only conference bringing together the rapidly growing community and ecosystem around graph databases. Held at SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco on October 22, the event will bring together graph thought leaders, researchers and developers from around the globe and feature presenters from Neo Technology, eBay, ConocoPhillips, CrunchBase, Elementum, Polyvore, Pitney Bowes, Medium, UBS and Cambridge Intelligence. Register here today!


eBay, Pitney Bowes, and ConocoPhillips at GraphConnect 2014, Oct 22 San Francisco

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October 22nd Conference Joins Thought Leaders From a Variety of Disciplines and Organizations to Explore New Ideas, Share Innovations in Graph Technology, and Make Connections With Graph Researchers and Enthusiasts From Around the World

SAN MATEO, CA–(Marketwired – Sep 23, 2014) – Neo Technology, creators of Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database, today announced the final agenda for the GraphConnect 2014 San Francisco conference, taking place on October 22nd at SFJAZZ Center. Sponsored by KeyLines, O’Reilly Media, Pivotal, ThoughtWorks, CrunchBase, and others, GraphConnect is the only conference dedicated to the rapidly growing graph database community, bringing together thought leaders, researchers and developers from around the globe. GraphConnect 2014 SF features Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database, and is the largest gathering of graph database enthusiasts in the world with over 700 expected attendees.

This is an important conference in that it addresses a rocketing demand for graph databases, which are the fastest-growing category in database management systems, and which Forrester predicts will reach over 25% of all enterprises by 2017.

GraphConnect 2014 San Francisco will feature presentations by Emil Eifrem, CEO and Jim Webber, Chief Scientist at Neo Technology. Both speakers are experts in graph databases and co-authors of the popular O’Reilly Media book, ‘Graph Databases,’ which will also be available at the conference. Additional talks at the conference will come from other graph thought leaders, enthusiasts, and customers discussing various use cases for graphs, including:

“How eBay Delivers Even Faster Using Neo4j”
Presented by Volker Pacher, Sr. Developer, eBay

“Using Graphs for Next-Gen Master Data Management at Pitney Bowes”
Presented by Navin Sharma, VP of Product Management, Pitney Bowes

“Optimizing an Energy Flow at ConocoPhilips”
Presented by Joe Chesak, Sr. Engineering Analyst, ConocoPhillips

“The Business Graph”
Presented by Kurt Fretag, Head of Product and Engineering, CrunchBase

[PANEL] “Graphs in the Enterprise”
Presented by eBay, ConocoPhilips, UBS and Pitney Bowes

Other conference highlights include:
Sessions by leading graph researchers from companies including FiftyThree, Cambridge Intelligence, Elementum, Tom Sawyer Software, Linkurious, GraphAware, Medium, MediaHound, Polyvore, Wanderu, Neo Technology and more.

[PANEL] “Graph Lessons Learned for Startups” presented by FiftyThree, Polyvore, Elementum, CrunchBase and Medium
“Impossible is Nothing with Graphs” presented by Jim Webber, Chief Scientist, Neo Technology.

View the full agenda here: http://graphconnect.com/

Powered by Neo4j, this year’s GraphConnect features KeyLines as the Gold sponsor with additional sponsors including GraphAlchemist, Linkurious, Pivotal, CrunchBase, ThoughtWorks, Tom Sawyer Software, Elementum, GraphStory, MediaHound, GrapheneDB, and O’Reilly Media.

For additional GraphConnect information and registration, visit: http://graphconnect.com/.
Graph Connect Event Venue:
SFJAZZ Center
201 Franklin Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

Limited Remaining Spots for GraphConnect 2014 SF Training Day

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SAN MATEO, Calif. – October 8, 2014 – Neo Technology, creators of Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database, today announced limited remaining spots for GraphConnect 2014 San Francisco training day, to take place on October 21st, the day before GraphConnect, at the San Francisco Hyatt Regency.

GraphConnect is the only conference dedicated to the rapidly growing graph database community, bringing together thought leaders, researchers and developers from around the globe. Held on October 22nd at the SFJAZZ Center, GraphConnect features Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database, and is the largest gathering of graph database enthusiasts in the world with over 700 expected attendees.

**GraphConnect Training Details At-a-Glance**

All trainings will be held on Tuesday, October 21st from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm PT at the San Francisco Hyatt Regency. Trainings include:

Intro to Neo4j Training: This course offers an overview on the core functionality of Neo4j. With a mixture of theory and hands-on practice sessions, you will quickly learn how easy it is to work with a powerful graph database using Cypher as the query language.

Graph Data Modeling with Neo4j Training: Learn how to design and implement a graph data model and associated queries. We’ll show how to apply the property graph model to solve common modeling problems and evolve an existing graph to support new or changed requirements.

Advanced Neo4j Deployment Training: Join us as we cover running Neo4j Enterprise edition in production. Learn how easy it is to deploy and maintain a Neo4j instance and cluster and leave with an understanding of deployment and maintenance procedures.

Advanced Cypher Queries Training: This session will cover all aspects of Cypher, including querying, adding and updating data.

Trainings are only open to GraphConnect attendees and are nearly sold out! To register, visit: http://graphconnect.com

GraphConnect will feature sessions by leading graph researchers from companies including eBay, UBS, ConocoPhilips, Pitney Bowes, Medium, Polyvore, FiftyThree, Elementum, Cambridge Intelligence, Tom Sawyer Software, Linkurious, GraphAware, MediaHound, Neo Technology and more. The event will also include panels moderated by journalists from eWeek and PandoDaily:

**GraphConnect Panel Details At-a-Glance**

“Graphs in the Enterprise”
Wednesday, October 22nd from 2:45 – 3:15 pm PT
Moderated by eWeek’s Chris Preimesberger, Editor, Features & Analysis
Featuring eBay, ConocoPhilips, UBS and Pitney Bowes

“Graph Lessons Learned for Startups”
Wednesday, October 22nd from 3:15 – 3:45 pm PT
Moderated by PandoDaily’s Michael Carney, West Coast Editor
Featuring FiftyThree, Polyvore, Elementum, CrunchBase and Medium

GraphParty: disCONNECT
Unwind after GraphConnect at GraphParty: disCONNECT, which will feature a live jazz band at the SFJAZZ Center. Sponsored by CrunchBase, creators of the Business Graph, disCONNECT offers the perfect opportunity to mingle and boogie with Neo Technologists, CrunchBasers and all the amazing people you’ve met and heard from throughout the day.

View the full GraphConnect agenda here: http://graphconnect.com

Powered by Neo4j, this year’s GraphConnect features KeyLines as the Gold sponsor with additional sponsors including GraphAlchemist, Linkurious, Pivotal, CrunchBase, ThoughtWorks, Tom Sawyer Software, Elementum, GraphStory, MediaHound, GrapheneDB, and O’Reilly Media.

For additional GraphConnect information and registration, visit: www.graphconnect.com.

GraphConnect Event Venue:
SFJAZZ Center
201 Franklin Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

Useful Links
Neo4j
Twitter
GraphAcademy
GraphConnect
3rd Annual “Graphies” Awards
Graph Databases book