With the explosion of big data, most enterprises now maintain an ever-expanding portfolio of databases, mobile applications, web sites, and microservices. Each system may have differing security models, which may not support your IT security team’s and your CISO’s real-world, real-time needs.

Neither traditional SQL systems nor NoSQL key-value or document stores are optimized to manage this sort of data model. You will need to create and manage a graph model of data to map all of the entities and their interrelationships.

In this talk, you’ll learn how to:

  • Create a dynamic graph-enabled approach to building a flexible entitlements system
  • Design the underlying data model and data infrastructure you need to support this system
  • Architect real-time data connections to integrate this system successfully into your enterprise


Speaker bio

Brian Hall, Graph & Analytics Practice Lead at Expero
Running the Graph & Analytics Practice at Expero, Brian spends equal time on the phone, in spreadsheets, and in presentations. His focus has always been in the application of technology to concrete business problems. He started his career with “fingers on keyboards”, writing code for government agencies, financial markets and commercial software companies. Now he enjoys consulting for clients to help them apply technology and processes to make their businesses better. He has a B.S. in Computer Science from Vanderbilt University and an M.S. in Computer Science from DePaul University.
Maheedhar Gunturu, Solutions Architect at ScyllaDB
Prior to ScyllaDB, Maheedhar held senior roles both in engineering and sales organizations. He has over a decade of experience designing & developing server-side applications in the cloud and working on big data and ETL frameworks in companies such as Samsung, MapR, Apple, VoltDB, Zscaler and Qualcomm. He holds a masters in Electrical and computer engineering from the University of Texas at San Antonio.

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