AuditBucket: Correlate, Explore and Uncover Hidden Relationships Between Data

CEO and Founder of AuditBucket (http://auditbucket.com/) Mike Holdsworth is flying all the way from Auckland, New Zealand to present at our meetup! Recently, Mike selected Neo4j as a key database for managing capacity and tonnage in KiwiRail, NZ's state railroad. 

Join us as we learn from Mike about AuditBucket and how it helps track, find, compare and explore data.

AGENDA:

6:30 - 7:00 - Networking with pizza and beer

7:00 - 7:15 - Intro to Neo4j 2.0 with Kenny Bastani

7:15 - 7:45 - Preserving and Exploring the Business Information Context with a Graph Database with Mike Holdsworth, AuditBucket (bio and abstract below)

7:45 - 8:15 - Lightning Talks

8:15 - 9:00 - More networking


PRESENTATION:
Preserving and Exploring the Business Information Context with a Graph Database

ABSTRACT
: NoSQL, JSON and REST architectures are transforming both the way people and systems interact. AuditBucket takes an age old system requirement and re-purposes it as an enterprise data aggregation service enabling information insight to be extracted using Neo4j and ElasticSearch.

SPEAKER BIO: Mike Holdsworth, CEO and Founder, AuditBucket

Mike has worked extensively on business process and information management challenges for more years than he cares to admit. While working as a solution architect for KiwiRail he introduced Neo4j to manage capacity problems as part of a larger RESTful architectural stack. On recognizing the power of Neo4J, AuditBucket was conceived as a data mediation service that would audit changes to JSON documents and allow rapid creation of a Neo4j graph and ElasticSearch document store. The concept has been enthusiastically embraced by business users and analysts alike.

LIGHTNING TALKS

PRESENTATION: Describing and Visualizing RESTful web services with Swagger

ABSTRACT: Swagger is a specification and complete framework implementation for describing, producing, consuming, and visualizing RESTful web services. The overarching goal of Swagger is to enable client and documentation systems to update at the same pace as the server. The documentation of methods, parameters and models are tightly integrated into the server code, allowing APIs to always stay in sync.

SPEAKER BIO: Tony Tam, Scala hacker, Swagger committer and CEO at Reverb Technologies Inc

PRESENTATION: Turning the tables on recipe discovery and other food related puns.

ABSTRACT: In an effort to make meal planning cheaper, more effective, and more interesting, Saucesomeapp.com uses Neo4j and some real-time number crunching to suggest ingredients that commonly occur together with the user's existing ingredient list. The results in some surprising suggestions and a fun user experience.  

SPEAKER BIO: Jesse LaRue. Javascript. Open Source. Hack Reactor grad.


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  • Mike H.

    Hope we can show you all something a little different

    1 · February 20, 2014

    • lazaruslarue

      AuditBucket was awesome. Thanks for sharing!

      1 · March 12, 2014

  • Marc S.

    Thanks for the opportunity to share the NodeXL project with the Neo4j meetup!

    For background and resources related to our project, please have a look at:

    * NodeXLGraphGallery: A collection of social media network visualizations, descriptions, and data sets for download:

    http://nodexlgraphgallery.org/Pages/Default.aspx

    * Connected Action Blog about social media, sociology, information visualization, and networks:

    http://www.connectedaction.net

    * Download and support site for "NodeXL" - the network overview, discovery and exploration add-in for Excel. If you can make a pie chart, you can now make a social media network map.

    http://nodexl.codeplex.com

    * @marc_smith: My tweet stream focuses on maps of social media, research, and events:

    2 · March 12, 2014

  • Paolo W.

    I found the presentations and the discussions extremely interesting. keep up the good work !

    1 · March 12, 2014

  • lazaruslarue

    Thanks for the food, Neo Technologies! Can't wait to see you guys again next month. It was so cool to learn about Audit Bucket, NodeXL & Swagger (!!!). Here's the github for saucesome. The docs aren't up to date. If you're interested in experimenting with the repo, let me know and i'll help you get it running: https://github.com/lazaruslarue/menuapp/

    1 · March 12, 2014

  • Jeremy S.

    thanks all for coming out! please do check out AuditBucket & send us feedback. :-)

    1 · March 12, 2014

    • JasonOng

      Let us know when the slides are up on slideshare? Thanks! :)

      March 12, 2014

  • Vladimir G.

    I missed this meetup due to random car trouble, are there slides available?

    March 12, 2014

  • Larry H.

    thx Emil and Neo4j crew for hosting this event. great speakers, & init great discussions on neo4j usage. cheers!
    larry hengl

    1 · March 12, 2014

  • lazaruslarue

    Anybody driving from SF? I'd split gas if i could catch a ride.

    March 11, 2014

    • Sam Z.

      I can't make it this time, but for future trips I'm willing to carpool. Can you take Caltrain?

      March 11, 2014

    • Scott B.

      I am; leaving from the Inner Richmond. Contact me through http://scottbullard.c...­.

      March 11, 2014

  • Sam Z.

    Bummed I can't make it, but this conflicts with a PyLadies preview of PyCon.

    March 11, 2014

  • lazaruslarue

    Looking forward to this. I'll be giving a lightning talk about my Recipe Recommendation App... but I will not be serving any food ;)

    2 · March 7, 2014

  • Kenny B.

    Added Tony Tam for a lightning talk. He'll be talking about the original Swagger he created, which Mat Tyndal forked into a Neo4j version. :)

    1 · March 5, 2014

  • Ehren D.

    Should be great!!!

    1 · March 4, 2014

  • Dan T.

    Looking forward to it!

    2 · February 21, 2014

  • Jeremy S.

    Can't wait!

    1 · February 12, 2014

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