Webinar: How Graphs are Taming the Complexity of Network & IT Ops-Thursday, April 13th 10:00 PST | 1:00 EST

How Graphs are Taming the Complexity of Network & IT Ops


 Thursday, April 13th

 10:00 PST | 1:00 EST

Networks are stressed. Telco networks, data centers, corporate networks, and service providers are all stressed. Network operators who face balancing uptime and service levels with growth and security demands may find that graph technology provided by Neo4j can provide welcome relief.

Join us for this live webinar where we’ll explore the challenges in:
  • How to map, manage and query complex network infrastructures comprised of interrelated devices, systems, clouds, locations, and users.
  • How to model these interdependencies to help diagnose machine, service and network failures while minimizing service interruption.
  • How to grow the network by adding physical and virtual nodes, devices, {towers}, servers, or applications without increasing the complexity of managing them.
  • How to use the power of graph relationships to identify suspicious behaviors or failures without impeding regular operations.
  • How to use Neo4j to craft your own IT asset and configuration management system that incorporates not only hard assets, but also cloud services, business processes and users.
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About the Speaker

Jeff Morris, Head of Product Marketing, Neo4j

Jeff Morris

Jeff has been a marketing analyst for the last six months helping organizations break entry into new markets. Prior to that he spent nearly three years at GoodData, where, he led their marketing department in building messages for IT, sales and social analytics, and targeted industries. For over a decade, Jeff held the same role at Actuate, helping commercialize their open source analytic offerings by spearheading their entry into dashboards, marketplaces, mobile, and finally cloud. Jeff’s product management history was formed at open source pioneer Sendmail and sales automation vendor Borealis, and he learned the fundamentals of software engineering and marketing at Forte Software and IDE. He studied Electrical Engineering and History at Syracuse.

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