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IBM discusses JanusGraph on Compose at Scylla Summit 2017

Source: Compose.com

I was pleased to sit down with David Pitera and Keith Lohnes of IBM to learn more about their upcoming talk at Scylla Summit 2017. At Scylla Summit 2017, participants will join NoSQL developers and users from start-ups and the enterprise for interesting talk topics such as monitoring, improving latencies, performance, and their personal journey to Scylla. Let’s begin the interview and learn more about what David and Keith will be presenting at the Summit.

Please tell us about yourself and what you do at IBM?

Our names are David Pitera and Keith Lohnes, and we are Software Engineers at IBM.

What will you be talking about at Scylla Summit 2017?

We work on JanusGraph on Compose, a managed GraphDB cloud solution using Scylla as the primary data store.

What type of audience will be interested in your talk?

Anyone working with highly connected datasets.

Can you please tell me more about your talk?

In this talk, we will introduce the audience to the world of graph databases, describe in detail the JanusGraph project and data model, and offer insight into how Scylla meets our needs as the primary datastore for JanusGraph on Compose.

Where can we learn more information about your talk?

The JanusGraph website has all of the information for this talk.

How can the people get in touch with you?

The best way to get in touch with us is through email: Dave, Keith.

Thank you very much, David and Keith. We can not wait to see your talk in person and learn more. If you want to attend Scylla Summit 2017 and enjoy more talks like this one, please register here.

Scylla Summit is taking place in San Francisco, CA on October 24-25. Check out the current agenda on our web site to learn about the rest of the talks—including technical talks from the Scylla team, the Scylla road map, and a hands-on workshop where you’ll learn how to get the most out of your Scylla cluster.