I will join the Graph Showcase and Exposition (January 24) and the Global Graph Summit (January 25) in Austin, TX: two must-attend events for the graph community, with speakers and attendees coming from around the world. These are independently organized (by Lynn Bender and Global Data Geeks), vendor-neutral events where you can attend technical sessions, meet vendors and where innovators will be presenting and unveiling graph projects, products and solutions. Will you attend?
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Last October I joined the Dataversity Graphorum conference in Chicago, one of the best events I attended. You can read my event (in Italian language) analysis published on Agenda Digitale, one of the most important ICT portal in Italy.
Graph database: perché sono sempre più necessari in azienda
Posted in Analists, Analysis, Big data, Enterprise Search, Events, Frontpage, Next 2U Consulting, Social Networking & Collaboration
Tagged anzograph, graphdatabases, knowledgegraphs, neo4j, stardog
Some months ago I started a new LinkedIn just to discuss about graph databases.
Today this site has achieved an important result: more than 1,000 registered users, a fantastic result! The total number of registered users has almost tripled in less than a year. Even more interesting is that this has become the most active graph database group in LinkedIn. For me it’s a nice result that I appreciate even more, considering that this group allows me to keep up to date with the latest market news and compare myself with the most important experts in the field worldwide. I hope soon this group will become the reference point on LinkedIn as well as other Linkedin groups that I created and that now boast thousands of registered users, such as Adobe AEM Marketing Cloud Group, with almost 8,000 registered users.
Few months ago I created a new LinkedIn Group to enable discussions about graph databases, like TigerGraph, Neo4j, AnzoGraph, Amazon Neptune, OrientDb, ArangoDb, among others.
After few weeks there are more than 400 registered members and so far “my” LinkedIn group is the most active group related to graph database technologies. An interesting milestone that confirm that this technology is becoming more and more important and well-known.
If you like graph databases, join this group! https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8659061/
Three days ago, Gartner published the Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management. Nothing important is changed after a year ago: Adobe, Sitecore, Bloomreach, Oracle, Ibm, Acquia and Opentext are the leaders, the ones a big company would approach to start a new customer, digital experience management project.
Posted in Adobe, Analists, Analysis, Frontpage, IBM, OpenText, Oracle, Others, WCM
Tagged acquia, adobe, bloomreach, digital experience management, ibm, opentext, web content management
Quite ready to depart from Rome to Toronto, to attend my very first opentext Enterprise World #OTEW
opentext Enterprise World 2018
Every year the story is always the same: Adobe has been named leader by Gartner for the Digital Experience Platforms ! Gartner evaluated 21 vendors, and Adobe was among four vendors in the Leaders quadrant, based on the ability to execute and completeness of vision.
A complimentary copy of the Gartner, Inc. 2018 “Magic Quadrant for Digital Experience Platforms” research report is available here.
For more information and news about Adobe Experience Manager, subscribe the Adobe AEM and Marketing Cloud Group on Linkedin and join 7.000 registered group members!
After Alvaro’s blogpost I wanted to write something like: “Hey, you have missed something: you can create c6_method_return object, execute D2GetAdminTicketMethod, get encrypted admin’s ticket and use it as a password […]
via Why exposing administrative interfaces is a bad idea — Documentum in a (nuts)HELL
D2-Config (at least in D2 4.5) has a servlet (/GetData) that is used internally to run DQLs. I though when I saw it that, in the same way the REST query service is limited to run read queries, this won’t let you run write queries (you know, due to the “Get” in the name). Well, […]
via D2-Config DQL Editor — Alvaro de Andres’ Blog