Graph Day returns to San Francisco

First launched in 2015 as part of Data Day Texas, Graph Day is a roaming global fest bringing leaders from every corner of the graph community for a day of sessions, workshops, and the inevitable drinking and after parties. Previous speakers have included Emil Efrem, creator of Neo4j; Matthias Broecheler, Inventor of the Titan Distributed Graph Database; Marko Rodriquez, creator of the Gremlin query language and of Apache Tinkerpop fame; Ted Wilmes and Jason Plurad of the JanusGraph project; Luca Garulli creator of OrientDB, Claudius Weinberger of ArangoDB; Jans Aasman, creator of AllegroGraph; and many others. Graph Day is an independently organized vendor-neutral conference -- the largest of it's kind in the world. If you are working with graph data, you can't afford to miss it.

Speak at Graph Day

Graph Day welcomes session and workshop proposals on every aspect of graph data processing - databases, frameworks, algorithms, visualization. We especially love use cases. For details, visit our proposals page.

Emil Eifrem of Neo4j speaking at Graph Day Texas 2017.

Showcase your company at Graph Day

Graph Day gives you the unique opportunity to get in front of architects and active practitioners who have problems to solve -- those who are looking to deploy as well as those who might be looking for a better solution. Send your best engineers to engage this audience. Visit our sponsorship page