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Save the date: 13th Technical User Community (TUC) meeting in Hillsboro next 19th June 2020

  • Posted on: 9 December 2019
  • By: Damaris Coll

We are pleased to announce that next LDBC TUC meeting will be held at Intel's Hillsboro campus on the 19th of June 2020, save the date! 

The meeting will take place within the SIGMOD 2020 events and in a nearby location to the congress.

LDBC is pleased to announce its 12th Technical User Community (TUC) meeting in Amsterdam, July 5 2019

  • Posted on: 2 May 2019
  • By: Damaris Coll

Twelfth Technical User Community (TUC) Meeting of the Linked Data Benchmark Coundil (ldbcouncil.org)

Where: Amsterdam, The Netherlands (co-located with sigmod2019.org)
When: Friday July 5, 2019 (11:00-18:00)

Read more information and how to register HERE

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11th TUC meeting in Austin recap: Amazon's AWS Neptune, G-CORE graph query language, Social Network Benchmark BI workload and other interesting talks!

  • Posted on: 12 June 2018
  • By: Damaris Coll

Last 8th of June took place the 11th LDBC TUC meeting, located this time in the University of Texas in Austin. We thank the local organisation of Intel Corp for having us! 

8th TUC Meeting - Juan Sequeda (Capsenta). Integrating Data using Graphs and Semantics

  • Posted on: 8 February 2017
  • By: Adrian Diaz

Juan Sequeda, Co-founder of Capsenta, gave an interesting talk on how can we integrate data using graphs and semantics (semantic data virtualization). As Mr. Sequeda said, the idea is to integrate data without needing to move it around. Juan started off his presentation talking about the huge gap that exists between the IT departments, guardians of the data and the business development departments, trying to extract insights about the data. He used a clear example to illustrate this gap:

8th TUC Meeting - Zhe Wu (Oracle USA). Bridging RDF Graph and Property Graph Data Models.

  • Posted on: 7 February 2017
  • By: Adrian Diaz

During the 8th TUC Meeting held at Oracle’s facilities in Redwood City, California, Zhe Wu, Software Architect at Oracle Spatial and Graph, explained how is his team trying to bridge RDF Graph and Property Data Models.

After making a brief overview about what is a graph he presented Oracle’s Graph strategy, they basically treat graphs as another data type on every platform (Hadoop, Oracle’s own database and, of course, in the Cloud). He also explained that his team is developing in 3 directions at the same time:

8th TUC Meeting – Yinglong Xia (Huawei), Big Graph Analytics Engine

  • Posted on: 3 February 2017
  • By: Adrian Diaz

Yinlong started his talk with an introduction of his new position at Huawei, what is the company doing and more specifically how is it involved with Big Data Research and graphs. He also explained that his research center is currently working on Big Data Analytics and Management from 4 sides: Natural Language Processing, Graph analyrics, Machine Learning and Deep Learning. His team at the same time, focuses on 4 market segments that include financial graph analytics, consumer data gathered from smartphones and other portable devices, telecommunications and cloud technology.

8th TUC Meeting – George Fletcher (TU Eindhoven), gMark: Schema-driven data and workload generation for graph databases

  • Posted on: 31 January 2017
  • By: Adrian Diaz

George Fletcher, Associate Professor at the Eindhoven University of Technology, presented gMark, an open-source framework for generating synthetic graph instances and workloads. The main focus of gMark has been to tailor different graph data management scenarios, often driven by query workloads. Such as multi-query optimization, workload-driven graph database physical design or mapping discovery and query rewriting data integration systems.

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