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OrientDB 1.7 is out: Sharding, Lucene indexes (Full-Text and GEO-Spatial), SSL, Parallel queries and more http://www.orientechnologies.com/orientdb-1-7-is-out/
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Graphs are everywhere. Your Database is a big graph made of entities and connections. This conference opens your mind about "thinking in Graph mode" to manage your database like you never did before.
 
Graphs are everywhere. Your Database is a big graph made of entities and connections. This conference opens your mind about "thinking in Graph mode" to manage your database like you never did before.

If this is the first time you hear about Graph Databases, then this meeting will let you know why this technology is disruptive in the BigData age. If you already use a Graph Database like OrientDB you can meet the author of the project and the people that work against it.

(Rome - Italy, but the location is to be defined yet)

Agenda:

14:00 - Welcome
14:15 - Why Relationships are cool, but JOINs suck! - Luca Garulli - OrientDB founder
15:00 - KeyLines: interact with your graphs - Marco Liberati (Cambridge Intelligence)
15:45 - OrientDB in a Box - Claudio Tesoriero (BaasBox)
16:30 - Spatial and Full-Text indexes - Enrico Risa
17:15 - Real-time Analytics against Graphs - TBD
18:00 - TBD
18:45 - Closing session

Get your FREE ticket: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bigdata-graphs-in-rome-tickets-9435484789
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First FREE event in Rome about OrientDB, Graphs and BigData:

http://www.meetup.com/OrientDB-Rome/events/176188232/
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Introduction The main goal of this article is to analize different OrientDB Graph Database performances, when deployed on different ZFS filesystem setup. The test is general enough to be reffered to every Operating System tha...
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Importing from Relational DBMS to OrientDB is not anymore a pain, thanks to the new OrientDB-ETL component and JDBC extractor!

http://www.orientechnologies.com/new-orientdb-etl/
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Graphs are everywhere. Your Database is a big graph made of entities and connections. This conference opens your mind about "thinking in Graph mode" to manage your database like you never did before.

If this is the first time you hear about Graph Databases, then this meeting will let you know why this technology is disruptive in the BigData age. If you already use a Graph Database like OrientDB you can meet the author of the project and the people that work against it.

(Rome - Italy, but the location is to be defined yet)

Agenda:

14:00 - Welcome
14:15 - Why Relationships are cool, but JOINs suck! - Luca Garulli - OrientDB founder
15:00 - KeyLines: interact with your graphs - Marco Liberati (Cambridge Intelligence)
15:45 - OrientDB in a Box - Claudio Tesoriero (BaasBox)
16:30 - Spatial and Full-Text indexes - Enrico Risa
17:15 - Real-time Analytics against Graphs - TBD
18:00 - TBD
18:45 - Closing session

Get your FREE ticket: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bigdata-graphs-in-rome-tickets-9435484789
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Graphs are everywhere. Your Database is a big graph made of entities and connections. This conference opens your mind about "thinking in Graph mode" to manage your database like you never did before.

If this is the first time you hear about Graph Databases, then this meeting will let you know why this technology is disruptive in the BigData age. If you already use a Graph Database like OrientDB you can meet the author of the project and the people that work against it.

Location:
Terza Università degli Studi di Roma - Via della Vasca Navale, 79 - Rome (RM) - Room N13.

Language:
Italian. If you don't speak Italian please contact us.

Agenda:
14:00 - Welcome
14:15 - Why Relationships are cool, but JOINs suck! - Luca Garulli (OrientDB founder)
15:00 - KeyLines: interact with your graphs - Marco Liberati (Cambridge Intelligence)
15:45 - Spatial and Full-Text indexes - Enrico Risa (Orient Technologies)
16:30 - Coffe break
16:45 - Case Story about Real-time Analytics against Graphs - Luca Bianconi (Asset Data)
17:30 - Find your way il graph labyrinths with SQL, SPARQL and Gremlin - Stefano Serafini & Daniel Camarda
18:15 - Story from the Trenches using OrientDB as main database - Luigi Dell'Aquila (OrientDB Academy)
19:00 - Closing session


Get your FREE ticket: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bigdata-graphs-in-rome-tickets-9435484789

More information:
http://lanyrd.com/2014/graphsinrome/
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orientdb nosql database dbms graphdb graph document
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OrientDB is the graph-document NoSQL DBMS. It's Open Source licensed as Apache2 so feel free to use it for any purpose.
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