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Do You Need a Graph Database? (Online Seminar)

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‍We are in an era of unprecedented innovation in databases. Data-intensive companies are grappling with whether the many new options — NoSQL, Key-Value, Document, Column Family, Column-Oriented — are appropriate for them. The commercial success of Facebook and LinkedIn makes graph databases a hot area of investigation. Unlike many new databases, they are not a variation on or a simplification of relational databases. Instead they require new ways of thinking and modeling data. In return they can answer truly novel questions.

‍We are in an era of unprecedented innovation in databases. Data-intensive companies are grappling with whether the many new options — NoSQL, Key-Value, Document, Column Family, Column-Oriented — are appropriate for them. The commercial success of Facebook and LinkedIn makes graph databases a hot area of investigation. Unlike many new databases, they are not a variation on or a simplification of relational databases. Instead they require new ways of thinking and modeling data. In return they can answer truly novel questions.

 

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