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Open Gov Data talk at Neo4j London User Group

A call for Lightning Talks was sent out to the Neo4j London User Group, so I put in a few ideas and my Open Gov Data proposal was selected above Authentication (and adding extra users) for the March 2017 meetup. Advertisements

Neo4j 2.2 Authentication and adding extra users

Token-based authentication is new in Neo4j 2.2, but how does it work? The first thing to know is that it is enabled by default in conf/neo4j-server.properties by: # Require (or disable the requirement of) auth to access Neo4j dbms.security.auth_enabled=true

Exploring a UK Open Government Dataset with Neo4j

In my first job I was working for a company that developed a management information system for UK Police Forces; this system produced the statutory HMIC (Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary) reports and allowed OLAP exploration of the datasets loaded … Continue reading

Presentations

A collection of conference and meetup talks, many have slides/recordings that are available: London GGUG meetup, 2010, Advanced Grails CI: testing, stats & deployment with Hudson Lucene Eurocon 2011, Solr at Virgin Money Giving case study  Alfresco DevCon 2011, Using … Continue reading

Emerging trends for 2017

In this short post I present my thoughts on trends that are likely to be important considerations for enterprises in 2017. A few years ago everyone was talking about ‘SMAC’, which stood for Social, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud. So not to be outdone, I’ve punnily organised … Continue reading

Attribute-Based Access Control with a graph database

Traditional access control relies on the identity of a user, their role or their group memberships. This can become awkward to manage, particularly when other factors such as time of day, or network location come into play. These additional factors, … Continue reading

The path to Alfresco enlightenment

I started working with Alfresco back in 2005 and the code base was a lot smaller back then! More recently I’ve seen people try to dive into WebScript development without a concrete understanding of the foundational elements of the API. … Continue reading

Groovy graphs with Grails and Gremlins

This article provides a practical introduction to graph databases with a focus on the Groovy ecosystem. It explores Grails GORM support for Neo4j as well as query comparisons between the Neo4j Cypher language, SQL and the Gremlin graph DSL. This … Continue reading