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Presentation: ""How we learned to Stop Worrying" and Solve the Distributed Graph Problem"

Time: Wednesday 11:00 - 11:50 / Location: Walton North

The value of any piece of data increases as we better understand its many connections within a large dataset. Graphs enable users to use new search using the relationships between data points, but managing large distributed graphs is challenging and requires new data management and search techniques. In this talk, we discuss how we promoted the connections to be first-class citizens in the database as well as our novel filtering techniques to reduce the complexity of graph search in massively scalable, distributed and enterprise-grade environments.

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Ibrahim Sallam, Director of Development and Technical Publications, Objectivity

Ibrahim Sallam

Biography: Ibrahim Sallam

Ibrahim has been with Objectivity, Inc. since 2000, and has worked in the industry since 1988 with various roles in software development. He joined Objectivity as a Systems Engineer before being promoted to Senior Software Engineer, and then to Software Architect. Ibrahim was promoted to Director of Development and Technical Publications in April 2011.

Prior to Objectivity, Ibrahim worked in geospatial software development for the product that eventually became Autodesk GIS Design Server, was part of the development teams at CorelDraw and Unisys, and also helped build decision support systems for the government. Ibrahim holds a B.Sc. in Systems and Biomedical Engineering from Cairo University, Egypt, and EE Diploma from Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands.