Neo4j has proven to be an enterprise-grade graph store and graph management system. Using the wiki-based knowledge graph as a blueprint for business knowledge management, we developed our Etosha toolbox to manage technical metadata with a business directory that links technical records and human knowledge. This leads to higher efficiency in our data exploration and data science procedures.
In this presentation, we will demonstrate our collaboration tools by running them in two modes — locally on a single workstation and as a distributed environment across organizations — and will review the architecture of the underlying software.
Mirko Kämpf is a Solution Architect at Cloudera and the initiator of the Etosha project. He holds a Diploma in Physics and worked on several projects related to complex systems analysis. His focus is on time dependent network analysis and time series analysis, using tools from the Hadoop ecosystem, and especially on the related metadata management. Mirko is actively using open source tools, author of several blog articles in the Cloudera engineering blog, and a speaker in Big Data related conferences and meetups. From 2012 to 2016 Mirko was a trainer for Cloudera University.