Gaming Company Gamesys introduces Neo4j into a Relational Database Organization
Toby O’Rourke and Michael McCarthy present their experiences of introducing Neo4j into Gamesys, a relational database organization.
Toby and Michael discuss
- How Neo4j stacked up against the competition: FlockDB, InfoGrid, DEX, and OrientDB
- The path taken from spring data through tinkerpop, to straight neo then spring data again
- Satisfying the reporting requirements of a place built on a data warehouse approach
- Modelling our domain
- Experience of support contracts and the community as a whole
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