A Humane Presentation about Graph Database Internals
YOW! Singapore 2020
Databases are everywhere, but did you ever wonder what goes on inside the box? In this talk we’ll dive into the internals of Neo4j - a popular graph database - and see how its designers deal with common functional and non-functional requirements. In particular we’ll see how data is stored safely and queried performantly by understanding the way Neo4j makes use of the network and file system. So if you’re a curious person looking for a humane and light-hearted introduction to database internals and distributed systems, this talk is for you!
Dr. Jim Webber is Chief Scientist at the popular open source graph database Neo4j, where he where he works on R&D for highly scalable graph databases and writes open source software. Jim has written two books on integration and distributed systems: “Developing Enterprise Web Services” on XML Web Services and “REST in Practice” on using the Web for building large-scale systems. His latest book is “Graph Databases” which focuses on the Neo4j database.