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Monday, May 9 • 5:10pm - 6:00pm
Building While Flying: Lessons Learned from Operating and Developing a Graph Service with TinkerPop - Keith Lohnes & David Pitera, IBM

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Apache TinkerPop is an open source graph computing framework which uses Gremlin, a domain-specific language for graphs mutation and traversal. IBM Graph offers an Apache TinkerPop3 compatible API as a service. This service can be used for building recommendation engines, analyzing social networks, fraud detection and more. During this session, we will cover:
  • What’s a Graph and why use it
  • Challenges faced and lessons learned while building and operating a service based on TinkerPop3 stack

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Keith Lohnes

Software Engineer, IBM
Keith Lohnes graduated from Northeastern University with a Degree in Computer Science and Music and has been working as a developer for 7 years. He started working with graph databases about 2 years ago and joined IBM to work on their IBM Graph offering.
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David Pitera

Software Engineers, IBM
David works on JanusGraph on Compose, a managed graphdb cloud solution using Scylla as the primary data store... Read More →

Monday May 9, 2016 5:10pm - 6:00pm
Plaza C

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