Track Data Lineage With a Graph Database

The talk introduces data lineage use cases and shows how data is represented in a graph database and how we use graph database features for fast and efficient data processing.

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MANTA Flow is a unique data lineage product, which is able to automate scanning and analyzing interconnected systems such as databases, ETLs, and reporting systems, and shows how the data flows amongst them.

The backend used in MANTA Flow is a graph database, as it allows flexible relationships and fast graph traversals across the data. The talk introduces data lineage use cases and shows how data is represented in a graph database and how we use graph database features for fast and efficient data processing.

About the speakers

David Bucek - studied at the Czech Technical University in Prague, Department of Computer Science. He worked for several big companies as a senior programmer/architect. The first touch with graph databases was back in 2005. He works in MANTA as team leader of the Architecture Team. He was in charge of graph database selection and migration to Neo4j. Now he is responsible for any architecture decision and moving into cloud and SaaS.

Jan Žák - studied at the Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Information Technology. He is a Senior Engineer / Consultant, specializing in graph and geospatial applications. He is an author of several open-source libraries and a frequent contributor. Currently, he is in charge of the ongoing migration from embedded to standalone Neo4j in MANTA.