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Tuesday, April 14 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Big Data Graphs and Apache Tinkerpop 3 - David Robinson, IBM

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Learn how Apache TinkerPop 3, a recent Incubator addition, facilitates the inclusion of graph system technologies into production or data science environments. Graph systems have experienced a renaissance due to a renewed focus on understanding connections between data features in data sets. TinkerPop 3 supports both OLAP graph processors as well as OLTP graph databases, which are two ways of interacting with graphs. Learn how TinkerPop's vendor-neutral graph APIs, its Gremlin domain specific query language, and its graph computation model work together to provide a comprehensive approach for interacting with graph systems. TinkerPop is already supported by numerous commercial and open source graph databases, including Apache Giraph and, in the future, Apache Spark. Discover why TinkerPop 3 makes graph technology accessible and interchangeable in an analytics/data solution.

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David Robinson

Software Engineer, IBM
David Robinson is currently a software engineer with IBM. David uses open source software to build big data/analytics solutions for business. Graph technologies in the context of analytics and machine learning are of particular interest to him. He has been an architect and developer on several successful projects and enjoys swapping use cases and solutions with other open source developers. David earned a BS, Computer Science and MBA from Duke... Read More →


Tuesday April 14, 2015 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Texas I

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