There is a growing understanding in our industry of the variety of real world problems that can be modeled and approached as a graph. Indeed, graphs are naturally data-driven and therefore the possibilities are virtually unlimited.
In this talk I will be sharing my real world experiences on 2 interesting use cases:
1) Impact Analysis: Applying graph search and pattern matching algorithms to predict the impact of failure on a large-scale telco network
2) Network Optimisation: Implementing genetic algorithms to effeciently optimise oil flow in an oil extraction network.
This talk will explore these use cases detailing the approach, the rationale and the outcome of each one in a way that is applicable within a wider context.
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The Ubiquitous Graph: Two Use Cases from the Real World
Tareq is Chief Technical Officer at OpenCredo. He is continually involved in the delivery of innovative projects, frequently incorporating NoSQL/Big Data and Cloud platforms, to a wide range of organisations. His approach is highly pragmatic and hands-on, and focuses on problem solving and delivering value to his clients.