Neo4j has long been recognised as the world's leading graph database, and now is expanding to be a true platform for Enterprise Graph Applications. Now is a better time than ever to explore which version of Neo4j you should be using considering the product features and/or services you want to benefit from.
In this webinar, we'll walk through the different versions of Neo4j, discuss and show their remits, and present what the alternative (open source or commercial) licensing options may be. Specifically, we'll dig into the free open-source, free commercial (for individuals, startups and academics) and paid commercial options and answer any questions that you may have.
Andrew Chumney joined Pitney Bowes in May 2017 after a 20-year consulting career where he provided executive leadership in corporate restructuring, turn-around, mergers and acquisitions. His particular area of focus was operational efficiency, business intelligence, large enterprise master data management, technology architecture, marketing and brand development. His major clients have included Department of Defense, DynCorp, Lockheed, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Verizon, ABC Radio Networks, Boeing (Jeppesen), Kaiser Permanente, IHS, Owens & Minor and PetSmart.
Most recently his projects have been focused on data science, data patterns and large enterprise master data management architectures. Andrew’s background in large system development and consulting projects allows him to bring a deep understanding of best practices and methodologies from a broad spectrum of vertical markets; manufacturing, healthcare, telecommunications, professional services and defense related industries.
Kelsey Bieri is a Data Governance Analyst at ICC in the Master Data Management and Data Governance Practice. She has contributed to numerous data governance and data lineage projects in the Banking industry, helping organizations build a better understanding of their data universe. Kelsey holds a degree in Management Information Systems from the College of Business at Ohio University.