This headline sounds like some business nerd mumbo jumbo, but it has real benefits when you’re getting your burrito on and don’t want to get food poisoning. Chris Morrison, CEO at Transparency One, writes about the need for food brangs to track supply chains, so they can know about potential disruptions or safety issues:

Graph database technology presented itself as a viable solution. That’s because graph databases recommend themselves as being uniquely well qualified at handling large, highly-connected volumes of data at scale. There are a number of graph databases available, and as an example the Neo Technology’s Neo4j, which took 3 months to build, was tested with dummy data for several thousand products, and there were absolutely no performance issues. As for the search response time, results were sent back within seconds.

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