DOAG Attendees to See Data and Tone Analytics of the Global Knowledge Graph

Showcasing Graph and Data Visualization Applications integrated with Oracle at DOAG

Attend our speaking session at DOAG on the Global Knowledge Graph with Visualization, Cloud, and Spatial Technology on November 20

Every 15 minutes, Google captures the world's news into the Global Database of Events, Language, and Tone (GDELT). We used the power of Tom Sawyer Perspectives to visualize terabytes of data from the GDELT Global Knowledge Graph and gained insights from graph and data analytics. During the German Oracle User Group (DOAG) conference on Tuesday, November 20, attendees will see a unified view combining geospatial information and network topologies with timelines, link analysis, and maps.

Contact us to schedule a time to meet up at the event.

Attend Our Global Knowledge Graph Presentation

 See Ulrich Foessmeier present Analyze & Visualize the Global Knowledge Graph in the Cloud at DOAG

Attend Our Global Knowledge Graph Presentation

Analyze & Visualize the Global Knowledge Graph in the Cloud — Tuesday, November 20 at 3:00 p.m.

Ulrich Foessmeier

Ulrich Foessmeier, a graph visualization expert and our VP of Engineering, will present our integration with Oracle's Bare Metal Cloud at DOAG. He will discuss the challenges and technologies used to filter, visualize, and analyze a massive data warehouse stored on a highly secure cloud infrastructure.

End users, such as cyber threat investigators and intelligence analysts, can use the Global Knowledge Graph application, built with Tom Sawyer Perspectives, to save results back to the Oracle Spatial and Graph database.

About DOAG

DOAG will be held in Nuremberg, Germany on November 20–23, 2018

Hosted by the German Oracle User Group, DOAG is a three-day lecture program in Germany with more than 400 talks and international top speakers, plus a wide choice of workshops and community activities. This is a great opportunity for participants to expand their knowledge and benefit from the know-how of the Oracle community.